what protects people from contracts that conditions that are unsafe.

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For example lets say a contract requires you to give a BJ or donate one of your limbs, and you signed it. What happens? How does the court deal with contracts like this?

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There is a rule about contracts is that they can’t be “unconscionable” which is a fancy word to say that they can’t be so unjust or against what is right.

Please note though what is and isn’t unconscionable varies place to place. So if you lived in a place that had legal prostitution it may be possible to have a contract that requires you to give a BJ.

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