undue hardship

Definition of "undue hardship"
  1. A situation causing significant challenge or financial strain on a person or entity, often related to accommodating disability or discharging a student loan in bankruptcy
How to use "undue hardship" in a sentence
  1. The small business couldn't make the necessary changes for the disabled employee without facing undue hardship.
  2. The salaried worker petitioned the court to consider the undue hardship of his monstrous student debt.
  3. The company argued that accommodating the request would pose an undue hardship on its operations.

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