Parfitt v Lawless: 1872

When a court considers the preparation and execution of a will, there can be no presumption of undue influence.
[1872] LR 2 P and D 462
Cited by:
CitedGill v Woodall and Others ChD 5-Oct-2009
The claimant challenged her late mother’s will which had left the entire estate to a charity. She asserted lack of knowledge and approval and coercion, and also an estoppel. The will included a note explaining that no gift had been made because she . .
[2009] EWHC B34 (Ch), [2009] EWHC 834 (Ch)

These lists may be incomplete.
Updated: 16 December 2020; Ref: scu.450182