What conditions may exist or arise in which an

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1.) What conditions may exist or arise in which an agreement in unenforceable?
instances in which there exists a mutual mistake, the party who is harmed may set aside the contract (or may choose not to set aside the contract, for reasons of his own). Again, our legal principle is that a unilateral mistake is no defense to the aggrieved party to a contract-the contract remains enforceable. However, the mutual mistake is a valid defense to the enforcement of a contract.

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