moral coercion

moral coercion
Importunity or overpersuasion in stressing the necessity of action or inaction, sometimes amounting to undue influence. 25 Am J2d Dur § 36. A form of duress. 13 Am J2d Cane Inst § 28. Imposition, oppression, undue influence or the taking of undue advantage of the business or financial stress or extreme necessity or weakness of another. Lafayette Dramatic Productions v Ferentz, 305 Mich 193, 9 NW2d 57, 145 ALR 1158.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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