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Questions tagged [mutual-mistake]

In contract law, a mistake is an erroneous belief, at contracting, that certain facts are true. A mutual mistake occurs when the parties to a contract are both mistaken about the same material fact within their contract.

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There's a (potentially large) mistake in my contract, is there a need to address it?

A company that's using the contracting firm said they'd pay me $X per hour, and the same amount for hours over 40 in a given week. Apparently there's an exemption from the 1.5x pay for certain ...
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In beer can lottery who gets to keep the prize? Buyer or person who opened the can? Does mutual mistake rule applies to gifts?

I have an interesting situation on my facebook wall. Take ten beers to a friend's house. One wins a motor. Whose? Yours or friend's? Basically in Cambodia there's a beer lottery you open a ...