5. Factual error (section 20): “If both parties to an agreement have an error as to a fact essential to the agreement, the agreement is not concluded.” A party cannot be relieved because it has done a particular act in ignorance of the law. The error can be a bilateral error if both parties to an agreement are wrong. The error must be about an issue that is essential to the agreement. 5) Create only one defined term for each definition and never use a synonym in which the defined concept, word or phrase should apply. 10. Nullity Contract 2 (i): a contract is a non-negotiable contract if it is legally applicable to the choice of one or more parties (i.e. the victim) and is not enforceable by law at the choice of another or another. In another example, do not refer to both “products” and “TVs” when they are both defined as “schedule 1 televisions.” If a defined term comes from a contract or other (related) document and applies to exactly the same definition, you are referring to that contract or document (“TV sets within the meaning of the distribution agreement”); You should not repeat that definition. 4. Misrepresentation (section 18): “which, although innocently, leads a party to enter into an agreement to make an error in the case under agreement.” 6) Use the term defined each time the definition is to be applied and avoid creating a defined term if it is used only once. When a name or reference, such as .
B an institution, a report or a statute, usually written with a first capital (or all ceilings), is not defined as such in the treaty, it should be clear that the term is not a defined term. This can be achieved by printing the reference in italics. Note the “break” between the reference to the institute and its rules in the following example: defined terms should not be included in all capitals, unless this is desirable given the language (for example. B the German language benefits from all substantives, which may justify a full capitalization of defined terms).