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  1. Gagami says:
    Duress is a word of hardy stock. It has been a part of the English language since the 14th century, and has a number of long-lived relatives. Duress itself came into Middle English through the Anglo-French .
  2. Dusho says:
    Law. such constraint or coercion as will render void a contract or other legal act entered or performed under its influence. forcible restraint, especially imprisonment.
  3. Kazrazil says:
    a. A fraud achieved through the use of a threat or compulsion: She had a cause of action for duress. His claim was based on duress.
  4. Meztihn says:
    Duress Unlawful pressure exerted upon a person to coerce that person to perform an act that he or she ordinarily would not perform. Duress also encompasses the same harm, threats, or restraint exercised upon the affected individual's spouse, child, or parent.
  5. Dusida says:
    6 synonyms of duress from the Merriam-Webster Thesaurus, plus 23 related words, definitions, and antonyms. Find another word for duress. Duress: the use of power to impose one's will on another.
  6. Kakora says:
    Oct 23,  · Duress is a compulsion, coercion, or pressure to do something. In a legal sense, this refers to forcing someone to do something, or to sign a contract, by threatening his personal safety, his reputation, or other personal issue.
  7. Zull says:
    Duress When a person makes unlawful threats or otherwise engages in coercive behavior that cause another person to commit acts that the other person would otherwise not commit.
  8. Tojalkree says:
    In criminal law, actions may sometimes be excused if the actor is able to establish a defense called duress. The defense can arise when there’s a threat or actual use of physical force that drives the defendant—and would’ve driven a reasonable person—to commit a crime.
  9. Megar says:
    Where fraud or duress is used in obtaining a party's consent to a contract, the contract is at least voidable. Indeed when I taxed her with having a hand in the crime she secured an acquittal on the plea of duress. Duress is actual or threatened violence sufficient under the circumstances to compel a person to act against his wishes.

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