Hello, I'm Matthew Rinster and my wife is expecting a child in a couple of months. So, I'm looking to exchange my sports car for a family-friendly car.
Great! Let's get to signing, but can you check the worth of my sports car in the back to get an estimate. I would also like a separate contract for the bought car and for the car i'm selling
The red car over there cotains all the safety measures for a child and has automatic stop system.
MWAH HA HA! See I can't buy your precious vehicle. So, here is what we are going to do: you are going to sign a car contract with me where you sell your car for 100 dollars to me. If you don't do as I please you will be stuck here with my goons forever or...
WAIT! This doesn't look like the dealership
I will hurt you in ways in which no one can know you exixt.
If i sign this. please don't hurt me or my family! I won't even report it!
Your honor, my client, Carol Lancaster, denies these allegations and claims the plaintiff offered the price of the car.
Your honor, my client, Matthew Rinster, claims the contract of the Corvette with Carol Lancaster to be void from the act of duress because the plaintiff was threatened to sign under conditions he didn't agree to.
In the ruling of Rinster vs Lancaster, the judgment goes to the plaintiff where he gets backs his car and the contract is voided. Furthermore, I order an investigation on the alleged cases of kidnapping and assault against Lancaster.