Hein Kotz


The author analyses firstly, whether there is an economic justification for legislative measures conferring upon the court a power to invalidate contract terms found to be "unfair", "unconscionable", "inequitable" or "unreasonable". Secondly, the author considers whether it is possible to develop economic criteria for determining whether a given standard-form clause is "unconscionable" or "unreasonable". (Editor’s abstract.)



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