R v Attorney General for England and Wales [2003]


  • The defendant signed an agreement to work in the SAS to avoid demotion back to a job in New Zealand, where he came from
  • After subsequently retiring, he sought to publish a book of his SAS experiences
  • The Crown sought an injunction to prevent buy xanax script such a publication


  • Could the claimant claim that the original contract was voidable for being signed under duress for the fear of being demoted back to New Zealand


  • Claim failed, no duress


  • There was no illegitimate pressure, and the contract had been signed willfully
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