Neil owned a violin that he wanted to sell and Linda wanted to purchase. Both parties thought the violin to be a rare Stradivarius violin. They…

1. Neil owned a violin that he wanted to sell and Linda wanted to purchase. Both parties thought the violin to be a rare Stradivarius violin. They agreed on a price of $200,000. Later, it was discovered that the violin was just an ordinary violin, the value of which was only $10,000. Linda sues to recover her money. Discuss whether Linda is entitled to the return of her money or any other remedies.

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