This section is from the book "The Law Of Contracts", by William Herbert Page. Also available from Amazon: Commercial Contracts: A Practical Guide to Deals, Contracts, Agreements and Promises.
Sec. 2212. Discretionary power to grant reformation.
Sec. 2213. Adequacy of legal remedy.
Sec. 2214. Mutuality of mistake in reformation.
Sec. 2217. Mutuality of mistake as involving consideration.
Sec. 2218. Mistake on one side - Inequitable conduct on the other.
Sec. 2219. Effect of negligence.
Sec. 2220. Mistake in expression - Mistake as to words used.
Sec. 2221. Mistake as to legal effect of words used.
Sec. 2222. Intentional omission or insertion of term.
Sec. 2223. Controlling effect of paramount intent.
Sec. 2224. Illustrations of mistake in expression - Property conveyed.
Sec. 2225. Mistake as to grantee.
Sec. 2226. Mistake as to estate.
Sec. 2227. Mistake as to effect of signature.
Sec. 2228. Other examples of mistake.
Sec. 2229. What instruments may be reformed - Inoperative instruments.
Sec. 2230. Contracts within the Statute of Frauds or required to be in writing.
Sec. 2232. Who may have reformation.
Sec. 2233. Effect of rights of third parties on reformation.
Sec. 2234. Evidence necessary for reformation.