Subject to the exceptions regarding unilateral mistake1, rectification2 of a lease will not be granted unless there is a mistake that is common to all the parties3. There must be:
(1) a continuing common intention, whether or not amounting to an agreement, in respect of a particular matter in the lease to be rectified;
(2) an outward expression of accord (which may be written evidence or an oral agreement)4;
(3) an intention such as is described in head (1) above at the time of the execution of the lease sought to be rectified; and
(4) a mutual mistake5, which
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