Thesaurus / duress

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While the courts admit wills made under certain kinds of duress, they also recognize more whimsical estate planning if the wording is unambiguous.
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Upon these grounds Panama claimed that she was a sovereign state temporarily under the duress of a superior government.
THE PANAMA CANALFREDERIC JENNINGS HASKIN
The social influences of Washington were called into polite requisition and the Mayor, under this duress, withdrew his sanction.
A little smile escaped from the duress of Alma's lips and twitched her dimples.
The resistance of the woman must be to the utmost of her power, but if she yield through fear or duress it is still rape.
Where fraud or duress is used in obtaining a party's consent to a contract, the contract is at least voidable.
If one of the parties has obtained the apparent consent of the other by fear, coercion or duress.
He was a mechanic, brought along under some duress to service the machine.
PAGAN PASSIONSGORDON RANDALL GARRETT
Duress, fraud or error in the person precludes the presumption of consent.

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