First National Bank v. Wood
93 N.M. 467, 601 P.2D 437, 1979.NM.40124
New Mexico Court of Appeals
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Two points are raised on appeal but argued as one: (1) the evidence was insufficient to show as a matter of law, economic compulsion which caused Wood to sign the written guarantee, and (2) The Bank was entitled to a directed verdict on the guarantee agreement because the defense of duress or coercion was not established.