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  • Writer's pictureHoward Brown

Persuasion Does Not Necessarily Equate To Undue Influence

In the recent case of Coles v Reynolds notwithstanding that the testatrix was a frail and vulnerable elderly lady; heavily reliant on and persuaded by the Defendant not to make provision of the Claimant.

The court noted that the testatrix had capacity and from the notes made by the solicitors at the time was clear in what she wanted to do and why.

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