IMPORTUNITY. Urgent solicitation, with troublesome frequency and
2. Wills and devises are sometimes set aside in consequence of the
importunity of those who have procured them. Whenever the importunity is
such as to deprive the devisor of the freedom, of his will, the devise
becomes fraudulent and void. Dane's Ab. ch. 127, a. 14, s. 5, 6, 7; 2
Phillim. R. 551, 2.