Burns v Burns

Will – Validity. The Court of Appeal, Civil Division, in dismissing the appellant's appeal in probate proceedings, held that, in the circumstances, the judge had been entitled to pronounce in favour of the deceased's will made in 2005. Among other things, it held that the judge had adequately identified the salient criteria for determination of testamentary capacity and the evidence had entitled him to have made the findings that he had.

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