“Fraud in the Inducement” occurs when a fact “outside of the document” is intentionally misrepresented and, without such misrepresentation, the testator would not have executed will. In Texas, fraud in the inducement of a dispositive instrument and undue influence are treated as one.
Fraud in the inducement can include promissory misrepresentation as well as misrepresentation of an existing fact.
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