References:  EWHC 2974 (Pat),  FSR 590
Coram: Laddie J
Ratio: Rectification of an agreement was sought.
Held: Laddie J rejected a submission that evidence of the subjective state of mind of one of the parties contained in statements which had not been communicated to the other party (‘crossed the line’) was inadmissible. I
This case is cited by:
- Principal Judgment – Cambridge Antibody Technology v Abbott Biotechnology Ltd and Another ( EWHC 357 (Ch))
- Cited – Daventry District Council v Daventry & District Housing Ltd CA (Bailii,  EWCA Civ 1153,  2 All ER (Comm) 142,  Pens LR 57,  1 P & CR 5,  42 EG 120,  1 WLR 1333,  Bus LR 485)
The appellant challenged refusal of rectification of its agreement with the defendant. They asserted either mutual or unilateral mistake. The parties had agreed for the transfer of housing stock and management staff to the respondents.
Held: . .
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Last Update: 02-Sep-16