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Mistake can be defined as a conduct carried out by someone in which they did not recognize offends the law. Mistake is unintentional.

It is a general rule however that mistake of law or ignorance of the existence of a law is not an excuse neither is it a defense in law because everybody is expected to know the law.

If mistake is brought as a defense in law it is usually very difficult to establish and almost irrelevant in claims involving trespass to chattels, land, misstatements etc.

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