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    We must research around the area of mistake in contract law to answer the following:"Mistake within a contract ought to excuse both parties from havingto perform the contract"In regards to "excuse both parties from having to perform the contract" does this simply mean, making the the contract void? i.e. Should mistake always make a contract void? (then you could go on to debate this for common, mutual, unilateral mistake etc.)Thanks:horse:
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Updated: March 3, 2016
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