Lenawee County Board of Health v. Messerly, 331 N.W.2d 203 (1982) is a US contract law case decided by the Supreme Court of Michigan. It used a risk of loss analysis to justify the denial of recission as a contract remedy despite the presence of mutual mistake.

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  • Lenawee County Board of Health v. Messerly, 331 N.W.2d 203 (1982) is a US contract law case decided by the Supreme Court of Michigan. It used a risk of loss analysis to justify the denial of recission as a contract remedy despite the presence of mutual mistake. (en)
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  • Lenawee County Board of Health v. Messerly, 331 N.W.2d 203 (1982) is a US contract law case decided by the Supreme Court of Michigan. It used a risk of loss analysis to justify the denial of recission as a contract remedy despite the presence of mutual mistake. (en)
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  • Lenawee County Board of Health v. Messerly (en)
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