Prior to the Wills Act 2007 (the Act), a will had to be signed in the presence of two witnesses for it to be valid. Although this is still a requirement under section 11 of the Act, section 14 empowers the High Court to declare certain “informal wills” valid. This is perhaps the single most important [...]
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