What Is 'Duress' Under Contract Law?
Duress is a potential defense to a breach of contract. This is usually seen as a type of an excuse for invalidating the contract from its inception. Blacks law dictionary defines duress as: “any unlawful threat of coercion used to induce another to act or not act in a manner they otherwise would.”
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