procedural unconscionability

Definition of "procedural unconscionability"
  1. Unfairness that arises from the way a contract is formed, not the contract's terms themselves
How to use "procedural unconscionability" in a sentence
  1. After analyzing the agreement, the judge found it to be void due to procedural unconscionability.
  2. Since there was an imbalance of bargaining power, the contract was deemed procedurally unconscionable.
  3. The lawyer argued that the client signed the contract under duress, which indicated procedural unconscionability.

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