Selected Cases by Article & Issues
A party may avoid the contract when it has been led to conclude the contract by the other party"s unjustified threat which, having regard to the circumstances, is so imminent and serious as to leave the first party no reasonable alternative. In particular, a threat is unjustified if the act or omission with which a party has been threatened is wrongful in itself, or it is wrongful to use it as a means to obtain the conclusion of the contract.
|1||Avoidance of contract for threat|
|1.1||Imminent and serious threat||2|
|1.2.1||Wrongful act or omission|
|1.2.2||Wrongful purpose to be achieved||1|
|1.3||Threat affecting reputation or economic interests|