International trade law and common mistake: has there really been a satisfactory clarification of what fundamental legal principles apply?

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Taylor, Des. 2006. "International trade law and common mistake: has there really been a satisfactory clarification of what fundamental legal principles apply?" International Trade and Business Law Review. 10, pp. 49-67.
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International trade law and common mistake: has there really been a satisfactory clarification of what fundamental legal principles apply?

ERA Journal ID40442
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AuthorTaylor, Des
EditorsMoens, Gabriel and Jones, Roger
Journal TitleInternational Trade and Business Law Review
Journal Citation10, pp. 49-67
Number of Pages19
Year2006
Place of PublicationBrisbane, Australia
ISSN1836-8573
Web Address (URL)http://www.heinonline.org/HOL/Page?handle=hein.journals/itbla10&id=55&collection=journals&index=journals/itbla
Abstract

Common Mistake is an important fundamental legal principle. This article examines the recent legal developments arising out of caselaw and considers the impact of same on the clarity of the statements of the fundamental principle.

Keywordsinternational trade law; common mistake; contract law;
ANZSRC Field of Research 2020480308. International trade and investment law
480410. Legal theory, jurisprudence and legal interpretation
480699. Private law and civil obligations not elsewhere classified
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ISBN0415419645
Book TitleInternational trade and business law review
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