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Mind Map by kharul_arifah, updated more than 1 year ago
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1 Coercion
1.1 Penal Code
1.2 Burden of Proof
1.2.1 Lie upon the aggrieved party
1.3 Effect
1.3.1 Return benefit received
1.3.2 Other party need not perform his part
2 Undue influence
2.1 One of the parties is in a position to dominate the will
2.1.1 Real or apparent authority
2.1.2 Fiduciary relation
2.1.3 Persons with affected mental capacity
2.1.4 Unconscionable: stronger party has exercised
2.2 Burden of proof
2.2.1 Party who is in a position to dominate
2.3 Effect
2.3.1 Refund the benefit
3 Fraud
3.1 false representation
3.1.1 Knowingly
3.1.2 Without belief in its truth
3.1.3 Recklessly
3.2 Effect of fraud
3.2.1 Entitled to compensation for any damage
4 Misrepresentation
4.1 misstatement of a material fact
5 Mistake
5.1 Erroneous belief about something
5.1.1 Bilateral Mistake
5.1.1.1 Existence
5.1.1.2 Identity
5.1.1.3 Title or rights
5.1.1.4 Quantity
5.1.1.5 Quality
5.1.1.6 Assumptions
5.1.2 Unilateral Mistake
5.1.2.1 Said v Butt(1920)
5.1.2.2 Cundy v Lindsay (1878)
5.1.2.3 Philips v Brooks (1919)
5.1.2.4 Ingram v Little (1961)
5.1.2.5 Lewis v Averay (1971)
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