voidable trust

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A trust that can be set aside, e.g. a trust created by an infant. It may be repudiated by the infant on his attaining majority (18) or shortly thereafter; if the trust is not repudiated, it becomes valid and binding. A trust may also be set aside if it is made as a result of fraud, duress, or undue influence.

Subjects: Law.

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