In Australia, unconscionable bargains occur where one party unconscientiously takes advantage of another party’s disadvantage and leaves them in a position where they are unable to retain the benefit of the bargain
Not all QCAT decisions can be appealed. Whether or not a decision can be appealed, where it can be appealed to, and the process of the appeal, differs depending on the type of decision made and the circumstances supporting the reasoning (grounds) for the appeal.
A breach of confidence, or breach of confidential information, can arise at common law, either through contract law (e.g. interference with contractual relations) or through tort (e.g. tort of conversion).
Undue influence is an equitable cause of action which is enlivened in situations where a dominant party takes advantage of their influence over another disadvantaged person for the dominant party’s own benefit.
Shareholders in large private corporations (or even partners in small to medium-sized companies) may not agree all the time. There may be times when their differences come in the way of their business relationships.