Contract under threat of force

A contract entered into under because of threat of force or undue influence is best described as:

  1.  void
  2.  unilateral
  3.  voidable
  4.  valid

The answer is C.  Any contract where one of the parties (the injured party) has the option of proceeding with the contract or calling it off is a voidable contract.  The contract is not void because the injured party could still proceed with the contract – but it can be made void by the injured party.