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28th January, 2016

New Court of Appeal Decision on Testamentary Capacity (James Fryer-Spedding)

Today’s Court of Appeal judgment (28.1.16) in Burns v. Burns [2016] EWCA Civ 37 represents the latest statement of the law concerning testamentary capacity, knowledge and approval of the contents of a will, and the rule in Parker v. Felgate.

Read the case notes here.



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