Adjective(1) lacking a conscience(2) greatly exceeding bounds of reason or moderation
(1) The Trade Practices Act is basically about misleading or deceptive conduct, or unconscionable conduct.(2) He's been a very successful campaigner, with moral indignation, about this unconscionable debt bondage that exists in the world today, and he's been a very effective campaigner from the outside.(3) A corporation must not, in trade or commerce, engage in conduct that is unconscionable within the meaning of the unwritten law - section 51AB.(4) This approach effectively permitted a defendant to reap the fruits of his own unconscionable conduct (subject to the latent damage provisions), and deprived the subsection of much practical substance.(5) But the Bench refused to stay the proceedings after Jordan had contended he had been prejudiced by undue, unconscionable and inordinate delay since the raid two years ago.(6) The insured person is guilty of unconscionable conduct if he does not provide for the insurer to be recouped out of the damages awarded against the wrongdoer.(7) The Magistrate found firstly that they had engaged in misleading and deceptive conduct and also unconscionable conduct.(8) It alleged that the transaction was unconscionable , inequitable and unreasonable.(9) But although both doctrines show equity intervening to prevent unconscionable conduct, the special feature of the mutual wills and secret trust cases is that they involve not two parties but three.(10) The problem is that the old party is an unconscionable time a-dying, which prompts Kemp to utter outrageous one-liners.(11) The world's leading solo Polar explorer - the only man to ski alone across both the Arctic and the Antarctic, a survivor of encounters with enemies as varied as ravenous bears and unconscionable loneliness - is quitting.(12) At one extreme, I do not categorise it as unconscionable or extortionate: at the other, it is not standard or customary.(13) It would have been a stranger to the unconscionable conduct.(14) Furthermore, in order to assess the special disability and whether there has been unconscionable conduct, it is essential to also examine the actual actions of those against whom that conduct is impugned.(15) The doctrine does not give relief for what is simply an unfair bargain - it has to be an unconscionable one, the terms of which show conduct shocking the conscience of the court.(16) In more recent times the Act has been extended to cover unconscionable conduct by business against business as well as by business against consumers.
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