duress of goods

Definition of "duress of goods"
  1. The act of illegally keeping or threatening to keep another person's property, resulting in that person having no choice but to participate in a transaction
How to use "duress of goods" in a sentence
  1. She had no choice but to sell her car at a low price due to the duress of goods.
  2. The store owner was accused of duress of goods for refusing to release the customer's items unless they purchased additional goods.
  3. Due to the duress of goods, he felt obligated to sign the contract to avoid losing his personal belongings.

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