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    I've been given the following essay title for coursework and was wondering if anyone had any thoughts on it.

    “Mistaken belief as to with whom one is contracting, what one is contracting about or the legal circumstances within which the contract is concluded ought to excuse both parties from having to perform the contract.”

    Do you agree? State reasons for your view.

    It's on the topic of mistaken belief and if I'm not wrong, the first two sections of the question refer to mistaken identity and mistaken quality. I'm a bit confused however as to what the last part is referring to. I'd be grateful for any help!

    Thank you.


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