||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 114 (Jan)
Kim Lewison QC sitting as a deputy judge of the High Court
||Leslie Blohm (instructed by Harris & Harris, Wells) for the claimant.
||Colin Braham (instructed by Attwater & Liell, Harlow) for the defendant.
||18 January 2002
Will - Forgery - Evidence - Defendant asserting will naming him as co-executor and residuary beneficiary valid last will of deceased - Whether deceased's signature on will a forgery.
In proceedings by which the claimant sought a declaration that the document purported to be the valid last will of the deceased bore a forged signature, the court ruled, on the evidence, that the defendant had failed to prove that the disputed document was the genuine last will of the deceased and accordingly the claim would succeed.
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