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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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Insanity and mental deficiency in relation to legal responsibility

William George Henry Cook - 1921 - 242 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...lost his right to make a will, or why a will made in such circumstances should not be upheld. In the case before us two delusions disturbed the mind...
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