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Junior is used to distinguish a son with the same name as his father. The following conditions apply:
- The Junior must be a son of the father, not a grandson.
- The names must be exactly the same, including the middle name.
- The father must still be living.
'II' is used whenever any close relative, including for example a grandfather or a great-uncle, shares the same name as the child.