Legal Shorts; SC on Ss. 61 & 63, Genuineness of Will.

Existence of suspicious circumstances – Execution of will by testator for sole benefit of one of his sons (i.e. the respondent herein), excluding all other children – Effect of:

Held, the said fact by itself was not a suspicious circumstance – The property being self-acquired, it was the will of the testator that had to prevail.

Case:
Ved Mitra Verma v. Dharam Deo Verma.

Citation:
(2014) 15 SCC 578: (2015) 4 SCC (Cri) 455.

Bench Stenghth – 2.
Coram: Ranjan Gogoi & S.A. Babde, JJ.
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ADV. MAHESH VASWANI,
MUMBAI.
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