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Quasi-contract: An obligation created by an order of the court and not by an agreement between the parties. Coercion: Coercion refers to the crime of forcing a person to commit an act against his will, by using threats, physical violence or trickery. The lack of probate process also brings down the cost of setting it up, in comparison to the will. Execution: This legal term in a wider sense, refers to the enforcement of or giving effect to the judgements or orders of the courts. For example, a person buying stolen goods, with the knowledge of the real facts that the goods are stolen, makes

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