Definition of "Adhesion contract"

Jennifer V-E Johnson, Broker real estate agent

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Legally enforceable, standardized contract offered by a business for a product or service on a take it or leave it basis. Under its terms, the consumer has no opportunity to negotiate the terms or conditions of the agreement and can only be satisfied by accepting it. An adhesion contract puts the consumer at a serious disadvantage.

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