Bryan v White: 1850

The court considered the proper execution of a will: ”Attest’ means the persons shall be present and see what passes, and shall, when required, bear witness to the facts’.


Dr. Lushington


(1850) 2 Rob Ecc 315

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CitedSherrington v Sherrington CA 22-Mar-2005
The deceased, a solicitor of long standing, was said to have signed his will without having read it, and had two witnesses sign the document without them knowing what they were attesting. He had remarried, and the will was challenged by his . .
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Wills and Probate

Updated: 16 May 2022; Ref: scu.223791