Subject to the operation of the doctrine of estoppel1, where a mistake is made by one party to a transaction as to the identity of the other2, there is no agreement formed3. But where the mistake is merely as to an attribute of the other party the mistake does not vitiate the transaction at law4, although if the error was induced by the other party's misrepresentation the contract may be voidable
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