unconscionability

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unconscionability (plural unconscionabilities)

  1. (law, contract law) A principle that one party to a contract might be entitled to a remedy if the other party has behaved in an unconscionable manner.
    • "The infusion of principles of unconscionability into contract law has given the courts greater flexibility in fashioning relief."[1]

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