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Those involved in will writing will (or should!) be familiar with the case of Banks v Goodfellow, which lays down the test for capacity to make a will, and with Kenward v Adams, which sets out the ‘golden rule’ to be followed where a testator is elderly or infirm. This must-see webinar examines a number of recent cases which look not only at further development of these principles but also at the interplay between them and the MCA 2005. Cases covered include Hawes v Burgess, Simon v Byford, Fischer v Diffley, Bray v Pearce and Lloyd v Jones.
Tue 17 Oct 2017
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