substantive unconscionability

Definition of "substantive unconscionability"
  1. The imbalance or unfairness resulting from a contract's terms or conditions, especially those that are excessively harsh, one-sided, or unjustified
How to use "substantive unconscionability" in a sentence
  1. The court found a degree of substantive unconscionability in the contract due to its severely unequal terms.
  2. Substantive unconscionability was evident in the agreement when it was determined that specific clauses were excessively harsh to one party.
  3. The lawyer argued that the rental agreement showed substantive unconscionability due to the excessive penalty clauses.

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