Where a word or words have been mistakenly omitted from a will there may well be greater potential for characterising the error as one of a clerical nature. This reflects a natural, almost intuitive, reaction that it is easier to find a clerical error where something has simply been left out.
Hodge QC HHJ
 Ch 375
Administration of Justice Act 1982 20(1)(a)
England and Wales
Cited – Bimson, Re The Estate of ChD 26-Jul-2010
Application to rectify the will under the 1982 Act.
Held: The application succeeded. Henderson J said: ‘this case falls comfortably within the scope of clerical error within the meaning of section 20(1)(a). It appears to me plain that David . .
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Wills and Probate, Costs
Updated: 15 January 2022; Ref: scu.552764