Define Unconscionable Agreement

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Louth was aware of the particular handicap she had deliberately created and exploited to her advantage, although Louth expressed on many occasions her lack of romantic interest in diprose. The fundamental characteristic of most unscrupulous contracts is that one party signed the contract in situations of pressure, lack of information or deception. The most important case in the United States is Williams v. Walker-Thomas Furniture Co.[2], in which the defendant, a furniture retail store, sold several items to a customer from 1957 to 1962. The extended credit agreement was written in such a way that none of the furniture was considered purchased until everything was paid. When the claimant fell behind and did not make payments for the last piece of furniture, the furniture house attempted to take back all the furniture sold since 1957, not just the last item.