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Contracts notes including Privity Rule, Misrepresentation, Deceptive or Misleading conduct and Unconscionable Dealings. Example: The Equitable Doctrine of Unconscionable Dealings Sometimes courts will intervene to set aside a contract where one party is at a bargaining disadvantage which is so significant that it prevents them from protecting their own interests. This may arise from constitutional disadvantage such as ill health or lack of education or from a situational disadvantage -that is, from the specific situation in which a party find himself or herself.
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