The California Court of Appeals, in Regency Midland Construction, Inc. v. Legendary Structures Inc., No. B292602, opinion (Cal. App. Nov. 7, 2019), interpreted a contract containing multiple spelling and punctuation errors, including the contested omission of an apostrophe, which the Court found an inconsequential careless error, rather than an expression of intent in contracting.
Keith Paul Bishop discusses the decision (and is due proper respect for incorporation of a Zappa quote) in In This Case, The “Crux Of The Biscuit” Was The Missing Apostrophe.