REALTOR – A registered word that can only be used by an active real estate agent, who is a member of the national and local real estate commission affiliated with the National Association of RealTors. The use of the name REALTOR and the distinctive seal in advertising is strictly subject to the rules and regulations of the National Association. FINANCE FEE – Mortgage brokerage fees to cover the costs of placing the mortgage with a credit institution; Borrowing or original fees. On the other hand, budgetary and social agreements such as those between children and parents are generally unenforceable on the basis of public order. For example, in the English case Balfour v. Balfour, a man agreed to give 30 dollars a month to his wife while he was not home, but the court refused to enforce the agreement when the husband stopped paying. On the other hand, in Merritt/Merritt, the Tribunal imposed an agreement between an insane couple, because the circumstances suggested that their agreement should have legal consequences. While the Disclosure and Misrepresentation Act is intended to inform (or not) the contracting parties, the law also says that agreements can be avoided if, in a very general sense, a person`s free will has been compromised. The full exercise of “free will” is rare for most people because they make decisions in a limited range of alternatives. The law still keeps people on almost all contracts (when laws are not activated by consumers, employment, rents, etc.), unless a person has been coerced, overly influenced or exploited while in a vulnerable position. Like a misrepresentation, the victim can circumvent the contract and the parties can restore their property to nullify the unjust enrichment, subject to the victim`s claim for damages, unless none of the four barriers to resignation are tolerated (i.e. no excessive delay, confirmation of contract, infringement of the rights of an innocent third party and possible counter-replacement).
The most linear claim, for coercion, involves illegitimate threats. The common law has long permitted a claim where the coercion was physical in nature. As long as a threat is only one of the reasons a person makes a deal, even if that is not the main reason, the agreement can be avoided.  It was not until the end of the 20th century that the leak was allowed if the threat were to result in illegitimate economic harm. A threat is always “illegitimate” when it is intended to provoke an illegal act, such as breaking a contract. B, because non-payment can push someone outside.  However, the threat of a legitimate act is generally not illegitimate. In Pao on v Lau Yiu Long, the Pao family threatened not to enter into additional share exchanges to sell the company`s building unless the Lau family agreed to amend part of the proposed agreement to ensure that the Paos received an increase in the prices of the shares exchanged at the time of the buyback.  Laus signed the guarantee agreement as a result of this threat and then stated that it was not binding. But the Privy Council stressed that their signing was only the result of “trade pressures” and not economic constraints. The “laus” looked at the situation before signing and did not behave like someone under duress, so there was no constraint that amounted to a refusal of approval. Unlike in business, the threat of a legitimate act is likely to constitute a force wound if used against a vulnerable person. An obvious case of “legitimate act” is blackmail. The blackmailer must justify the demand of money not to do the legitimate act he threatens, but against a person who is very vulnerable to him.  Although the European Union is in fact an economic community with a number of trade rules, there is no `Community contract law`.