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Attorney fee provision was unconscionable (access required)

Where an attorneys’ fee provision in a private school enrollment contract obligated the signer to pay all attorney’s fees and costs in any action arising from the contract, the provision is unconscionable and will not be enforced. “The Enrollment Contract is a classic example of an adhesion contract.” Overview Alessia and Roger McIntosh signed an enrollment contract for ...