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Astridge v Pepper [1970] 1 NSWLR 542

This case considered testamentary capacity of an elderly woman who made a will and executed it in the presence of the beneficiary and whether or not she knew and understood the contents of the will.  Since it was executed in the presence of the beneficiary it was scrutinised more and it was the courts task to determine whether or not the testator understood what she was doing

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