Influence by which a person is induced to act otherwise than by their own free will or without adequate attention to the consequences.
- It has become conventional to divide undue influence into actual and presumed undue influence.
- There is a rebuttable evidential presumption of undue influence.
- The defendant claimed that he had entered into the agreement under undue influence.
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Syllabification: un·due in·flu·ence
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