Sword v. Sinclair has often been viewed as an important case on pure unilateral error as to price, and as authoriy for the proposition that unilateral error is, or was, part of Scots law. There has also been some debate about the true meaning of the case. In this article Professor McBryde, having examined Session Papers, shows that the reports of the case are incomplete and it is not a clear authority on pure unilateral error.
|Number of pages||6|
|Publication status||Published - 1997|
- Legal history
- Law of error