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Wolf v. Marlton Corp.

154 A.2d 625 (1959)

tl;dr: A couple wanted to get out of a contract for a new home, so they threatened the builder that they would sell the home to an undesirable purchaser if they were forced to go through with it. The builder was able to argue that the threat constituted duress.

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Facts:The Wolfs (plaintiffs, husband and wife) sought to recover a...

Holding:The defendant's counsel, who prepared the notice of breach delivered...

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