undue influence

Definition of "undue influence"
  1. An improper sway over someone who may be vulnerable due to illness or emotions, often exploited by a person they depend on, to make financial choices
How to use "undue influence" in a sentence
  1. The elderly lady's decision to donate all her properties was suspected to be a case of undue influence by her caregiver.
  2. The son was accused of undue influence when his ailing father suddenly changed his will.
  3. As an attorney, he must ensure he doesn't exert undue influence over his clients.

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