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" But where in the result a jury are satisfied that the delusion has not affected the general faculties of the mind, and can have had no effect upon the will, we see no sufficient reason why the testator should be held to have lost his right to make a will,... "
Edinburgh Medical Journal - Page 187
1905
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A Manual of Medical Jurisprudence: With Special Reference to Diseases and ...

Allan McLane Hamilton - Forensic psychiatry - 1883 - 388 pages
...that the delusions have not affected the general faculties of the mind and can have no effect upon the will, we see no sufficient reason why the testator...made under such circumstances should not be upheld." The celebrated Jumel will case was one in which the question of delusion arose. Madame Jumel died some...
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Responsibility in Mental Disease

Henry Maudsley - Criminal liability - 1883 - 398 pages
...reason why the testator should be held to have lost his right to make a will, or why a will made undei' such circumstances should not be upheld. Such an inquiry...is true, considerable difficulty, and require much uicety of discrimination, but we see no reason to think that it is beyond the power of judicial investigation...
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Field's Medico-legal guide for doctors and lawyers

George Washington Field - Evidence, Expert - 1887 - 312 pages
...faculties of the mind, ;uid can have had no effect upon the will, we see no reason why the testator should have lost his right to make a will, or why a will made under such circumstances should not be upheld :" Cockburn, CJ, in Banks v. Goodfellow, 5 LEQB (Eng.) 549 ; see also Stantou v. Weatherwax, 16 Barb....
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A System of Legal Medicine, Volume 2

Allan McLane Hamilton - Medical jurisprudence - 1894 - 754 pages
...that the delusions have not affected the general faculties of the mind, and can have no effect upon the will, we see no sufficient reason why the testator...made under such circumstances should not be upheld." The celebrated Jumel Will Case was one in which the question of delusion arose. Madame Jumel died some...
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A System of legal medicine v. 2, Volume 2

Allan McLane Hamilton - 1894 - 800 pages
...that the delusions have not affected the general faculties of the mind, and can have no effect upon the will, we see no sufficient reason why the testator should be held to have lost his light to make a will, or why a will made under such circumstances should not be upheld." The celebrated...
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Ruling Cases, Volume 16

Robert Campbell - Annotations and citations (Law) - 1898 - 850 pages
...that the delusion has not affected the general faculties of the mind, and can have had no effect upon the will, we see no sufficient reason why the testator...under such circumstances should not be upheld. Such an in[* 571] quiry * may involve, it is true, considerable difficulty and require much nicety of discrimination,...
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Way-Younger children

John Mews - Law reports, digests, etc - 1898 - 958 pages
...Delation!.] — The mere fact that a testator is subject to insane delusions is not sufficient reason why he should be held to have lost his right to make a will, if the jury is satisfied that the delusions have not affected the general faculties of his mind and...
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A System of legal medicine v. 2, Volume 2

Allan McLane Hamilton - 1900 - 762 pages
...that the delusions have not affected the general faculties of the mind, and can have no effect upon the will, we see no sufficient reason why the testator should be held to have lost his right to nmk'' n will, or why a will made under such circumstances should not be upheld." The celebrated Jumel...
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The Law Magazine and Review: For Both Branches of the Legal Profession at ...

Law - 1880 - 642 pages
...Delusitnts. — The mere fact that a testator -is subject to insane delusions is no sufficient reason why he should be held to have lost his right to make a will, if the jury are satisfied that the delusions have not affected the general faculties of his mind nor...
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Eastern Law Reporter, Canada: Containing Judgments of the Courts ..., Volume 14

Charles Morse, Edward Betley Brown, Walter Edwin Lear - Law reports, digests, etc - 1915 - 590 pages
...established that the fact that a testator is subject to insane delusions is no sufficient reason why he should be held to have lost his right to make a will, if the jury are satisfied that the delusions have not affected the general faculties of his mind, and...
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