Breslin v Bromley


Reference:
[2015] EWHC 3760 (Ch)

Date:
14th December 2015

Court:
Chancery Division

Facts:

A will was unsuccessfully challenged on the grounds of want of due execution. One of the challengers relied on CPR 57.7(5) that she would only cross-examine the attesting witnesses without making any positive case. The other challenger advanced a positive case that the will was invalid. The will was upheld. The judgment addresses the costs consequences for the parties.


Judge:
Newey J

Comment:

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