Definition of Adhesion contract
1. Noun. A contract that heavily restricts one party while leaving the other free (as some standard form printed contracts); implies inequality in bargaining power.
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Literary usage of Adhesion contract
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1. Internet and Society in Latin America and the Caribbean by Marcelo Bonilla (2004)
"On the Internet, the "adhesion contract", whereby the consumer simply accepts ... Although the adhesion contract is a legal procedure that is widely used in ..."
2. Oecd Economic Surveys: Mexico (2005)
"Through the adhesion contract, states agreed to restrain their tax autonomy and to receive in return (unconditional) revenue-sharing transfers from the ..."