Common mistake

A term used where both parties to a contract make the same mistake.

Common mistake occurs when both parties to a contract make a contract which is based on the same assumption but which turns out to be false. 

For instance if a painting or collectable item is sold and both the buyer and seller believe the item to be genuine, but in fact it is a fake, both parties have made a common or shared mistake.

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