Attesting Witness To 'Will' Need Not Necessarily Be The One Who Maintains Previous Acquaintance With Testator: Kerala HC [Read Judgment]

Attesting Witness To

It is one thing to say that absence of attestation by a witness having prior knowledge of testator may be picked up as a suspicious circumstance to doubt the genuineness of Will and another thing to say that law does not permit a witness not having prior knowledge of identity of testator to attest a Will.

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