A recent case, Round v Round  NZHC 428, has examined the doctrine of undue influence. Generally that doctrine provides that where a contracting party has tainted the other’s consent through undue influence, the contract will not be enforced. A blind, elderly man (E) had been living with his son (M), who was paid $300 [...]
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