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Pukallus v Cameron (1982) 180 CLR 447

This case considered the issue of rectification of a contract and whether or not a purchaser of land could show sufficient proof to the court that the common intention of both the vendor and himself was that the particular parcel of land acquired was larger than it was so as to include a bore which they both believed to be situated on the land.

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Pukallus v Cameron (1982) 180 CLR 447
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