1) Unilateral error – If a party makes a mistake. The terms of the contract remain binding on both parties. Neither party can cancel the contract. Unseemly influence – It is an unfair and inappropriate persuasive pressure by someone to force someone to enter into a contract or contract. (a) Error in relation to the nature of the agreement – If a party does not understand the terms of an agreement, it cannot avoid them if it has made a mistake. A simple statement by an employer that a statement has been made is not sufficient to assure the Commission that the obligation to explain the terms of the agreement is met. To be satisfied, the Commission must take into account the content of the explanation and the manner in which it was provided, taking into account all the circumstances and needs of the workers and the nature of the amendments made by the agreement.  Error and error or misrepresentation in a contract under one or both parties. A mistake will break a real agreement.
An innocent misrepresentation – testimony of an alleged fact that turns out to be false. The victim can terminate the contract. Damages that go beyond the contract cannot be invoked. An enterprise agreement was really reached by the workers covered by the agreement, if the Fair Work Commission is convinced: fraud – a deliberate deception to guarantee unfair or illegal profit.  One Key Workforce Pty Ltd v Construction, Forestry, Mining and Energy Union  FCAFC 77 (May 25, 2018) at paragraph 112 Duress – Influence an individual through violence, threat or assault. Tough economics – threats based on employment or income. To show that the employer has met this requirement, they should provide: b) errors regarding the object – If both parties make a mistake, which is the object… She`s out of work. a) Opportunity of delivery – If the object cannot lead to sudden conditions, both parties can cancel the agreement.
b) Error regarding the identity of a party – If the wrong person receives an offer.