Implied Revocation By Act

Implied Revocation By Act

Definition

A doctrine creating a presumption that a testator revoked her will by destroying it if (1) the testator was the last known person to have possession of the will, (2) the testator was competent until death, and (3) the will cannot be located after the testator’s death.

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