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That is very, very thin. That is, if the documentation was notarized AND he wasn't threatened, you had no duty to explain to him what was being signed. The obligation and burden was on him. So unless he can show that he was legitimately out of sorts and you somehow took advantage, the fact that he didn't know what he signed is not good enough to get this overturned.