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Unformatted text preview: some work for the deceased, not that the amount equaled the value of the services. The court concluded, however, that the past services rendered gratuitously were inadequate consideration for the promise to include the claimant in the deceased's will. Consideration or a legally sufficient substitute for consideration (reliance) must be established as part of P.s prima facie case. Moral obligation or an implied contract does not exist if there is only evidence of a gratuitous promise....
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- Spring '08