Unconscionable Bargain


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Unconscionable Bargain

In law, a contract with provisions that so obviously favor one party that no honest person would agree to it. An unconscionable bargain is unenforceable by a court and may result in the declaration of an invalid contract.
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on the basis that it was an unconscionable bargain.
The equitable principles relating to undue influence and relief against unconscionable bargains are closely related, but the doctrines are separate and distinct.