What is intimidation?
Intimidation is the threat of causing future and serious harm to one of the parties (direct) or their relatives (indirect) so that they give their consent in a legal act.
It invalidates the consent when it is serious and sufficient to instill a rational and well-founded fear of suffering the threatened evil.
The intimidation must be proven by the person who suffers it, that is, by the party who was threatened to give their consent. Any document, witness, expert or other means that demonstrates that the intimidation was serious and sufficient to instill a rational and well-founded fear of suffering the threatened evil can serve as evidence.