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Cadell v Wilcocks [1898] P 21

This case considered the issue of implied revocation and whether or not there needs to be expressed revocation of a will to actually revoke a will or whether or not this revocation can be implied.  Ultimately it is the intention of the testator which is necessary to determine.

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