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Undue influence

To exert an Undue influence over a testator, when making a will, is to push them into doing something that is primarily against what they would have preferred to do.
Where undue influence has been used, disputes amongst family members follows leading to caveats and a contentious probate matter.
See also
  • Caveat
  • Contentious Probate
  • Testator
  • Will

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