Can anyone say ‘undue influence?’ How about fraud?

Luke 16:10-13 – He that is faithful in that which is least is faithful also in much: and he that is unjust in the least is unjust also in much.

A fraud is someone who pretends to be something they are not, specifically for personal gain. Selah.

Think about the impact ‘fraud’ will have on a stellar career in a field that proves you can mess with minds and screw around with the brains of the aged?¬† Just saying.

As for ‘undue influence,’ well there again, unduly influencing the elderly for personal gain will not exactly sit well on a professional resume.

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One Response to Can anyone say ‘undue influence?’ How about fraud?

  1. Lloyd Ross says:

    Nevertheless, courts will examine the facts closely before finding that a transaction has been tainted by undue influence. Mere suspicion, surmise, or conjecture of overreaching is insufficient. The law permits loved ones and confidants to advise and comfort those in need of their support without fear of litigation. Courts are also aware that the doctrine of undue influence can be used as a sword by the vindictive and avaricious who seek to invalidate a perfectly legal transaction for personal gain. When undue influence is found to have altered a transaction, however, courts will make every effort to return the parties to the same position they would have occupied had the overreaching not occurred.

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