coercion in fact


coercion in fact
That duress of person or goods, where the present liberty of person or immediate possession of goods is so needful and desirable, as that an action or proceedings at law to recover them will not at all answer the pressing purpose. Adrico Realty Corp. v New York, 250 NY 29, 164 NE 732, 64 ALR 1.

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