This section is from the book "The Law Of Contracts", by William Herbert Page. Also available from Amazon: Commercial Contracts: A Practical Guide to Deals, Contracts, Agreements and Promises.
Sec. 481. Nature and classes of duress.
Sec. 482. Standard for determining existence of duress.
II. ACTS AND THREATS AMOUNTING TO DURESS
Sec. 483. Forms of duress - Violence.
Sec. 484. Imprisonment.
Sec. 485. Duress of property.
Sec. 487. Threats of violence.
Sec. 488. Threats of criminal prosecution and imprisonment.
Sec. 489. Effect of legality of threatened arrest.
Sec. 490. Threat of civil action.
Sec. 491. Breach of contract.
Sec. 402. Advantage taken of necessities.
Sec. 493. Refusal to furnish support.
Sec. 494. Other threats as duress.
Sec. 496. Conduct not inducing action not duress.
Sec. 497. Absence of threats.
III. RELATION OF PARTIES
Sec. 498. By whom duress may be committed. Sec. 499. Relation of party subjected to duress to party against whom violence or threats are directed. Sec. 500. To whom threats may be made. Sec. 501. Who can take advantage of duress. Sec. 502. Effect of duress of principal on liability of surety.
Sec. 503. Effect of duress in the execution. Sec. 504. Effect of duress in the inducement. Sec. 505. Duty of placing adversary party in statu quo. Sec. 506. Rights of bona fide purchasers. Sec. 507. Ratification. Sec. 508. Method of taking advantage of duress.