||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 153 (Jun)
|| EWHC 1387 (Ch)
Roger Wyand QC sitting as a deputy Judge of the High Court
||Simon Edwards (instructed by Hutchins & Co) for the claimants.
||Richard Dew (instructed by Bolt Burdon) for the fourth to seventh and ninth defendants.
||15 June 2006
Will - Revocation - Revocation by written instrument - Discovery of subsequent will appearing to revoke former will - Application to revoke grant in relation to former will and obtain grant in relation to latter will - Whether revocation intended.
On an application to revoke the grant in relation to a will and to obtain a grant in relation to a subsequent will which appeared to revoke the former, the court held that there was clear and unequivocal evidence that revocation was intended and that accordingly, the claimant was entitled to the relief sought.
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