Bowles v Jackson: 28 Apr 1854

A soldier under orders to proceed from his station in one Indian presidency to take part in the war going on in another; and making his will only two clays before he commenced the march, is not entitled to the privilege of a military testament.
[1854] EngR 432, (1854) 1 Sp Ecc and Ad 294, (1854) 164 ER 170
England and Wales

Updated: 03 June 2021; Ref: scu.293289