Definition - What does Unconscionable mean?

The term unconscionable can be defined as the bargain or a contract which is extremely unfair to one of the parties. It is so unfair that anyone with a reasonable understanding would not agree to it.

Justipedia explains Unconscionable

This act of being unfair to the other party in a contract must be intentional. The reasons which might form the basis of something being unconscionable can be the affected party’s physical infirmity, inability to read, ignorance, or simply inability to understand the language of the contract.

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