undue

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الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
That which ought not to be done; illegal; unjustified
Not owing or payable
Excessive; going beyond that what is natural or sufficient

To individuals who despise killings in any form, death penalty is undue punishment.

more than sufficient
If you describe something bad as undue, you mean that it is greater or more extreme than you think is reasonable or appropriate. This would help the families to survive the drought without undue suffering It is unrealistic to put undue pressure on ourselves by saying we are the best. = excessive. more than is reasonable, suitable, or necessary
not yet payable; "an undue loan"
{s} excessive, disproportionate; improper; not owed
beyond normal limits; "excessive charges"; "a book of inordinate length"; "his dress stops just short of undue elegance"; "unreasonable demands"
not appropriate or proper (or even legal) in the circumstances; "undue influence"; "I didn't want to show undue excitement"; "accused of using undue force"
lacking justification or authorization; "unreasonable searches and seizures"; "desire for undue private profit"; "unwarranted limitations of personal freedom
not yet payable; "an undue loan" not appropriate or proper (or even legal) in the circumstances; "undue influence"; "I didn't want to show undue excitement"; "accused of using undue force" lacking justification or authorization; "unreasonable searches and seizures"; "desire for undue private profit"; "unwarranted limitations of personal freedom
Not right; not lawful or legal; improper; as, an undue proceeding
Not due; not yet owing; as, an undue debt, note, or bond
Not agreeable to a rule or standard, or to duty; disproportioned; excessive; immoderate; inordinate; as, an undue attachment to forms; an undue rigor in the execution of law
undue hardship
(İdari Yönetim) Undue hardship is a legalistic term used to design an accommodation to employee that would either alter the nature of the enterprise or affect its viability. It is used in the employment discrimination law in the USA
undue influence
Taking any fraudulent or unfair advantage of another's weakness of mind, or distress or necessity
undue influence
Pressure or force used to induce another to act against their own free will
undue influence
Occurs when a person in a fiduciary capacity or in a position of authority misuses their trust or power in order to unfairly induce a party to enter into a contract
undue influence
Taking any fraudulent or unfair advantage of another's weakness of mind or distress or necessity
undue influence
Any action or urgency by a person in a fiduciary capacity or in a position of authority that causes someone else to act in a way contrary to what would have been done had the party been free of the influence The essence of undue influence is mental coercion by one person over another Contracts induced by undue influence are voidable at the option of the injured party
undue influence
Whatever destroys free will and causes a person to do something he would not do if left to himself
undue influence
Unfair manipulation that compromises someone’s free will
undue influence
unfair influence, illegitimate influence of one party on a contract that may deem a contract to be void
undue influence
The exertion by a third party of any kind of control such that a person signs a contract or other instrument which, absent the influence of the third party, he would not have signed A contract or instrument may be set aside as not binding on any party who signs it while under undue influence
undue influence
if a person is subject to pressure such as to cause them to do something which they would not otherwise have done, then they are said to have been subject to undue influence It occurs most regularly in connection with wills and contracts, and can amount to good cause for them being set aside
undue influence
Strong enough persuasion to completely overpower the free will of another and prevent him or her from acting intelligently and voluntarily, as in a case where a broker guilty of blockbusting has induced someone to sell in fear of a change in the racial character of the community Undue influence usually requires a close or confidential relationship like parent-child, broker-seller, attorney-client, or trustee-beneficiary Where a person has been unduly influenced to sign a contract, that person can void the contract
Unduly
distemperately
give undue advantage
give an unfair edge
prevent undue advantage
prevent an undeserved benefit
unduly
excessively, disproportionately; improperly
unduly
In an undue manner
unduly
If you say that something does not happen or is not done unduly, you mean that it does not happen or is not done to an excessive or unnecessary extent. `But you're not unduly worried about doing this report?' --- `No.' He appealed to firms not to increase their prices unduly. more than is normal or reasonable unduly worried/concerned/anxious etc
unduly
to an undue degree; "she was unduly pessimistic about her future
unduly
Undeservedly, not warranted
unduly
to an undue degree; "she was unduly pessimistic about her future"
undue
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