Economic duress

In [wex:contract] law, a defense that can be used by a party to argue against the formation of a binding contract between two parties. To prove economic duress, a party must show that (1) a continuous contract exists between the plaintiff and the defendant; (2) the defendant threatens to terminate the preexisting contract; and (3) the plaintiff under this duress accepts the defendant’s terms and enters the contract.

 

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