unconscionable

(law) Unfair or oppressive. A contract with unconscionable terms, for example, favors one party over the other to such an extent that it is unjust, and if the oppressed party made the contract under duress or without meaningful negotiation as to the terms, a court may refuse to enforce it against that party.

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