- Court finds testator did not revoke will despite original being missing (Blyth v Sykes)
- What are the practical implications of the judgment?
- What was the background?
- What did the court decide?
Private Client analysis: Richard Carter, barrister at St John’s Buildings, examines the decision of the High Court in Blyth v Sykes where the claimant was unable to prove that her deceased mother had torn up her last will with the intention of revoking it.
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