Layne v. Garner
In Layne v. Garner, 612 So. 2d 404, 408 (Ala. 1992) the Court stated:
"Although Alabama law lacks an explicit standard for determining whether a contract or contractual provision is unconscionable, case law reveals that four factors are important in making this determination.
"In addition to finding that one party was unsophisticated and/or uneducated, a court should ask:
(1) whether there was an absence of meaningful choice on one party's part;
(2) whether the contractual terms are unreasonably favorable to one party;
(3) whether there was unequal bargaining power among the parties;
(4) whether there were oppressive, one-sided, or patently unfair terms in the contract." Id.