When does duress make a contract voidable?

The Threat must have persuaded the innocent party to enter into the contract. The innocent party must have entered into the contract because of the threat. if the party would have entered into the same contract anyway, even without being threatened, the contract is not voidable.

Have you ever had a legal case inwhich you knew you were in the right but the other party, either being a person who might know of those higher up, by using acts of bribery with them, or even a government worker themselves whom seems to be concidered before ever the other person, outside the government, is ever concidered?

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