Definition of Contract of adhesion
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 Contract of adhesion
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1. Modern French Legal Philosophy by Alfred Fouillée (1916)
"This neo-formalism may also show itself in special forms: notably in the contract of adhesion,3 where the agreement ..."
2. Electronic Resource Management: Report of the DLF Resource Management Initiative by Timothy D. Jewell (2005)
3. Intellectual Property and the National Information Infrastructure: The by Bruce A. Lehman (1995)
"... the result may be a contract of adhesion.164 Assent in contracts of adhesion has been considered in the context of on-line services and shrink wrap ..."