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Unformatted text preview: implicated • Attempts by the recipient to isolate the donor from her former friends and relatives can be considered in determining undue influence • There is a presumption of undue influence when a gift is made pursuant to a confidential relationship Conclusion The rescission of the gift of one million dollars is reversed. The rescission of the gifts totaling $80,000 is reversed. Affirmed in part, reversed in part. No costs to either party on appeal. The motion of April 12, 1988 by plaintiff to dismiss this appeal on the grounds that TBS has no standing to appeal is denied. United States Court of Appeals, First Circuit. In re THE BIBLE SPEAKS, Debtor. Elizabeth DOVYDENAS, Plaintiff, Appellee, v. THE BIBLE SPEAKS, Defendant, Appellant. No. 88-1254. Heard Oct. 4, 1988. Decided March 9, 1989....
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- Spring '08
- Supreme Court of the United States, First Amendment to the United States Constitution, Undue influence, TBS