Want of capacity; want of power or ability to take or dispose; want oflegal ability to act. Ellicott v. Ellieott, 90 Md. 321, 45 Atl. 183, 48 L. R. A. 58: Drews’Appeal. 58 N. H. 320; Appeal of Cleveland, 72 Conn. 340, 44 Atl. 470; In re Blinn, 99Cal. 210. 33 Pac. 841.

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