the concept of unconscionable in this context is wider than the general law and the provisions are intended to build on and not be constrained by cases at general law and equity: National Exchange at 140 ;
the statutory provisions focus on the conduct of the person said to have acted unconscionably: National Exchange at 143 .
It is neither possible nor desirable to provide a comprehensive definition.
The range of conduct is wide and can include bullying and thuggish behaviour, undue pressure and unfair tactics, taking advantage of vulnerability or lack of understanding, trickery or misleading conduct.
A finding requires an examination of all the circumstances.