Cross-purpose mistake

Where each party to the contract makes different assumptions regarding the situation.

Cross-purpose mistake or Mutual mistake occurs where the two parties have different views of the situation. 

For instance Mr A may think he is buying Mrs. W's 42" inch flat screen television but in fact it is an old black and white television that Mrs W has for sale.

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