After years of litigation, several appeals and multiple overturned rulings, the Third District Court of Appeal has again weighed in on the saga of a 20.64-carat diamond, valued at $4.75 million, but erroneously sold for $235,000.

And in doing so, the court worked to “resolve the lack of uniformity” in its prior decisions on the elements needed to prove unilateral mistakes — the issue at the center of this dispute.

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