The claimants sought rectification of the will, saying that it did not represent his testamentary wishes. A solicitor’s letter explaining the effect was mistaken. The judge had found the error to be in the letter, and not the wills.
Held: The appeal failed: ‘it seems to me that by some way the most probable reconciliation of the facts is that the wills did correctly reflect the instructions given by Mr and Mrs Appleby.’
Jacob, Lloyd, Wilson LJJ
 EWCA Civ 452
Administration of Justice Act 1982
England and Wales
Updated: 07 March 2021; Ref: scu.432833