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Scott v Coulson [1903] 2 Ch 439

At the time of entering a contract for life insurance both parties believed the person whose life was to be insured was living. When in fact he was dead.

The contract was void for mistake as it was a common mistake as to the existence of the subject matter (Res extincta)

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