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Influence is the affection to other people.
Influence may refer to:
Influence (Law & Order: Special Victims Unit), an episode of the American drama TV series
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The exercise of undue influence is suggested by excessive insistence, superiority of will or mind, the relationship of the parties or pressure on the donor or testator by any other means to do what he is unable, practically, to refuse.
Undue influence differs from duress, which consists of the intentional use of force, or threat of force, to coerce another into a grossly unfair transaction.
Courts have found opportunity for undue influence in confidential relationships between husband and wife, fiancé and fiancée, parent and child, trustee and beneficiary, administrator and legatee, guardian and ward, attorney and client, doctor and patient, and pastor and parishioner.
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