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     * Such instruments are often signed by people who have not read and understood all their terms, but who are nevertheless committed to those terms by the act of signature or execution. ​     * Such instruments are often signed by people who have not read and understood all their terms, but who are nevertheless committed to those terms by the act of signature or execution. ​
     * It is that commitment which enables third parties to assume the legal efficacy of the instrument. To undermine that assumption would cause serious mischief.     * It is that commitment which enables third parties to assume the legal efficacy of the instrument. To undermine that assumption would cause serious mischief.
 +  * Royal Botanic Gardens v South Sydney (2002) 240 CLR 45((p10]))
 +  * Maggbury Pty Ltd v Hafele Australia Pty Ltd (2001) CLR 181 ((p11))
 +  * IATA v Ansett Australia Holdings Ltd (2008) 234 CLR 151,((p53))
  
  

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