unconscionability

noun
un·​con·​scio·​na·​bil·​i·​ty | \ˌən-ˌkän-chə-nə-ˈbi-lə-tē \

Legal Definition of unconscionability 

1 : the state or condition of being unconscionable the issue of unconscionability is to be decided by the court— J. D. Calamari and J. M. Perillo — see also procedural unconscionability, substantive unconscionability

2 : a doctrine in contract law: a court may grant relief from or deny enforcement of all or part of a contract if it is found to be unconscionable

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