Constructive revocation

Constructive revocation

Definition

In the context of wills or trusts, an action by the testator or settlor that, by imposition of the court for equitable reasons, is legally deemed to revoke some or all of the will or trust provisions, thereby rendering such revoked portions inoperative and void.

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