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A simple one paragraph factual scenario to illustrate an example of a contract rendered void by each of the following doctrines.
- Fraud
- Misrepresentation
- Mutual Mistake
- Unilateral Mistake
- One form of Duress
- Undue Influence
- Unconscionability

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A simple one paragraph factual scenario to illustrate an example of a contract rendered void by each of the following doctrines.

- Fraud - When fraud occurs, a party falsely represented himself. An example would be a business selling an individual gold jewelry at today's current gold rate, when in fact, the jewelry was gold plated. The scenarios fall under fraud, as the seller fraudulently presented the gold plated jewelry as gold. The sales contract is null and void.

- Misrepresentation and Fraud go hand in hand. When there is fraud, there is misrepresentation. As stated above, when an individual presents something as something that it is not and consciously knows the presentation is not true and valid, a fraudulent misrepresentation has occurred. The sales contract is null and void.

- Mutual Mistake - When a mutual mistake occurs in a contract, the contract is considered void. How can a mutual mistake occur? A client ...

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The solution discuss a one paragraph factual scenario to illustrate an example of a contract rendered void by each of the following doctrines.
- Fraud
- Misrepresentation
- Mutual Mistake
- Unilateral Mistake
- One form of Duress
- Undue Influence
- Unconscionability

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