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Law Chap 14

Chapter 14 Vocab

bilateral mistake A mistake that occurs when both parties to a contract are mistaken as to a material fact
duress Unlawful, forceful pressure brought to bear on a person, overcoming that person's free will and causing him or her to do what he or she otherwise would not have done.
scienter The knowledge by the misrepresenting party that material facts have been falsely represented or omitted with an intent to deceive.
undue influence Persuasion that is less than actual force but more than advice and that induces a person to act according to the will or purposes of the dominating party.
unilateral mistake A mistake that occurs when one party to a contract is mistaken as to a material fact
voluntary consent The knowledge of, and genuine assent to, the terms of a contract.
Created by: jtietboehl