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What does unconscionability mean?

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Noun
  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.
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The judgment also raises the question of what types of clauses will be subject to the unconscionability test.
But the unconscionability of the transaction remains of direct materiality to the case based on undue influence.
Are exclusion of implied warranty clauses subject to the unconscionability standard?
As counsel for the Bank has pointed out, the Statement of Defence does not plead unconscionability.
It is certainly conceivable that the SCC, in a subsequent decision, will have to determine the test for unconscionability in the case of exclusion or limitation of liability clauses.
Ms. McCaughey Ross has asked that the contract be set aside on the grounds of fraud, duress and unconscionability.

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