Poole and another v Everall and another

Will – Execution. The Chancery Division, in allowing an application by the claimants, who were the brothers of the testator, held that a will made by the testator was invalid. Although the testator had possessed capacity, his carer, who was the principal beneficiary of the will, had failed to discharge the burden of show that the testator had known and had approved of the terms of the will.

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