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Indian Contract Act , s. 16-Undue influence-Burden of proof- necessity of plea being clearly raised in pleadings. HEADNOTE ... burden of proving that a contract was not induced by undue influence on the person benefiting by it when
Supreme Court of India
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property. The agreement is said to be vitiated by undue influence, fraud and illegality. Therefore, the deceased first plaintiff ... sale was not void or unenforceable or vitiated by undue influence or fraud. The deceased first plaintiff was fully aware
Madras High Court
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burden of proving that such contract was not induced by undue influence shall be upon the person in a position ... prove that the contract was not induced by undue influence. (c) A, being in debt to B, the money-lender
Central Government Act
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NPCL has come out with further challenges to the contract in question and to the decision of the Commission ... UPPCL from NPCL by undue influence as defined under Section 16 of the Contract Act and did not amount
Appellate Tribunal For Electricity
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cancelling previous resolution-Suit by the Director-Fraud and undue influence on the part of the appellant alleged- Whether first ... contain sufficient particulars of the plea of coercion and undue influence' and that the respondents having failed to give evidence
Supreme Court of India
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Power to set aside contract induced by undue influence.—When consent to an agreement is caused by undue influence ... caused. 2[19A. Power to set aside contract induced by undue influence.—When consent to an agreement is caused
Central Government Act
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burden of proving that such contract was not induced by undue influence shall lie upon the person in a position ... case either of mental distress or of undue influence under the Indian Contract Act . The only case which the appellant
Bombay High Court
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lawful agreement or compromise'. Fraud, undue influence or coercion makes a contract voidable and not void. The question arises whether ... coercion. It is true that fraud, undue influence or coercion makes a contract avoidable one and not void
Karnataka High Court
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Director or share-holder of the company would contract in the name of the company for his personal benefit ... result of coercion and undue influence exercised by Ladli Parshad on the other defendants, whereby the plaintiff succeeded in getting
Punjab-Haryana High Court
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undue influence will not be sufficient when the plaintiff comes forward with an action to set aside a contract ... full particulars thereof have been given before considering whether undue influence has been made out or not. This statement
Madras High Court
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