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Wood v. Boynton

64 Wis. 265 (1885)

tl;dr: A woman sold a stone to a guy. Both of them weren't sure what it was, so she sold it for $1. It turned out, the stone was an uncut diamond worth $1,000.

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Facts:Plaintiff Wood went into Defendant Boynton’s store to have a...

Holding:Affirmed. The contract is not voidable on grounds of mistake....

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