essential ingredients to the legal will


is "read over and explained" legal requirements of a valid will
 
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THE INDIAN SUCCESSION ACT, 1925

2(h),59,63

CHAPTER II Of Wills and Codicils

59. Person capable of making wills.

GO thru Explanations, more so;

Explanation 2.--Persons who are deaf or dumb or blind are not thereby incapacitated for making a will if they are able to know what they do by it.

http://districtcourtsnamchi.nic.in/laws/indian_succession_act_1925.pdf

 

 
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In such circumstances IT may become a necessity so that testator knows what is being disposed of.

When required such situation is borough in the knowledge of courts…e.g;

Patna High Court

Smt. Bimla Devi @ Bimal Devi vs Uma Devi on 3 March, 2016

 

 

12…..He has pointed out that Sudama Pandit has specifically made recital in page 1 which satisfy all the conditions of attestation as he has written that Will was read over to Jagdish Singh, thereafter he put his five finger prints and on his direction Sudama Pandit himself has put his signature.

https://indiankanoon.org/doc/14995711/

 

 
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