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REVOCATION OF WILLS BY SUBSEQUENT CHANGE IN THE CONDITION OR CIRCUMSTANCES OF THE TESTATOR
Among the oldest rules in the law of wills are those by which a will is held to be revoked by implication by certain changes in the circumstances of the testator. The purpose of this paper is to investigate these rules. Special reference will be made to statutes, both those which deal generally with the subject and those which provide specifically for the effect of particular events, such as marriage; no attempt will be made, however to analyze the latter type of statute exhaustively. By way of introduction, a brief historical survey of the doctrine should be made.
REVOCATION OF WILLS BY SUBSEQUENT CHANGE IN THE CONDITION OR CIRCUMSTANCES OF THE TESTATOR,
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