Jogi Ram Vs. Suresh Kumar & Ors -01/02/2022

where a widow gets a share in the property under a preliminary decree before or at the time when the 1956 Act had been passed but had not been given actual possession under a final decree, the property would be deemed to be possessed by her and by force of s. 14(1) she would get absolute interest. in the property.

Will of Peter Jefferson-13/07/1757

I Peter Jefferson of the County of Abemarle being of perfect and sound memory (for which I bless God) Do make and Publish this my Last Will and Testament revoking & annulling all former or other Wills by me heretofore made in manner & form following that is to say Imprima I Give and devise to my Dear & Well beloved Wife Jane Jefferson for and During her Natural Life or Widdowhood

Wills Act 1837 -UK

the word “will” shall extend to a testament, and to a codicil, and to an appointment by will or by writing in the nature of a will in exercise of a power, and also to an appointment by will of a guardian of a child,and also to an appointment by will of a representative under section 4 of the Human Tissue Act 2004 or section 8 of the Human Transplantation (Wales) Act 2013,  and to any other testamentary disposition;

Wills Act 1837

  Wills Act 1837 Original Version 1837 CHAPTER 26 An Act for the Amendment of the Laws with respect to Wills. [3d July 1887] BE it enacted by the Queen's most Excellent Majesty, by and with the Advice and Consent…

Wills Act 1963

An Act to repeal the Wills Act 1861 and make new provision in lieu thereof; and to provide that certain testamentary instruments shall be probative for the purpose of the conveyance of heritable property in Scotland.

Meenakshiammal (deceased by LRs) and others – Vs Chandrasekaran and another-03/11/2004

Succession Act, 1925—Section 63-Will—Execution of—Burden of proof—Onus of proving Will lies on propounder—In absence of suspicious circumstances surrounding execution of Will, proof of testamentary capacity and proof of signature of testator as required by law, sufficient to discharge the onus—However, in case of existence of suspicious circumstances, onus lies on propounder to explain the genuineness of Will to the satisfaction of Court.

Will Proving

It is a well-settled proposition of law that the mode of proving the Will does not differ from that of proving any other document except as to the special requirement of attestation prescribed in the case of a will by…

Any person interested in property included in Will can always file a suit to establish his right to property to exclusion of testator despite grant of probate

"Questions of title are not decided in proceedings for the grant of probate or letters of administration. Whatever therefore might have happened in those proceedings would not establish the title.... Now it is not in dispute that the grant of…