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Wingrove v Wingrove (1886) 11 P and D 81

This case considered the issue of undue influence upon a testator making their will and what characterises undue influence.  The distinction is drawn between undue influence and mere persuasion.

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Wingrove v Wingrove (1886) 11 P and D 81
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