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" In all cases, the marriage of the testator, total divorce or the birth of a child to him, subsequent to the making of a will in which no provision is made in contemplation of such an event, shall be a revocation of the will. "
A Treatise on the American Law of Administration (including Wills) - Page 151
by John Gabriel Woerner - 1923 - 2121 pages
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The American Lawyer: And Business-man's Form-book; Containing Forms and ...

Delos White Beadle - Commercial law - 1851 - 359 pages
...the states they are empowered to do so by statute. By common law, marriage and the birth of a child subsequent to the making of a will in which no provision is made for such an event, will be considered a revocation of the will ; at least it can not bar the rights...
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the american lawyer, and business-mans form-book; containing forms and ...

delos w. beadle, a.m., - 1852
...the states they are empowered to do so by statute. By common law, marriage and the birth 'of a child subsequent to the making of a will in which no provision is made for such an event, will be considered a revocation of the will ; at least it can not bar the rights...
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Reports of Cases in Law and Equity, Argued and Determined in the ..., Volume 40

Equity - 1871
...inconsistent will, the marriage of the testator, or the birth of .a child to him subsequent to the making his will, in which no provision is made in contemplation of such an event: Code, 2435, 2441. It is a cardinal rule in the construction of wills to carry into effect the expressed...
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Reports of Cases in Law and Equity, Argued and Determined in the ..., Volume 43

Georgia. Supreme Court - Equity - 1872
...which, by our law, is confined to two specified changes, to-wit : marriage or the birth of a child subsequent to the making of a will in which no provision is made in contemplation of such an event : Section 2441. If there be any other mode of revoking a wilt it does not now occur to me. Wills may...
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Reports of Cases in Law and Equity, Argued and Determined in the ..., Volume 45

Georgia. Supreme Court - Equity - 1873
...prior to the sale. Williams & Lee vs. Wylly 580 WATER-COURSES. See Statute of Frauds, 3. WILLS. 1. The marriage of a testator or the birth of a child...provision is made in contemplation of such an event, is, by presumption of law, a revocation of the will, . and this presumption cannot be rebutted by any...
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Southern Law Review and Chart of the Southern Law and Collection Union, Volume 2

Law - 1873
...estate for the purpose of a division : McDowell v. White, 68 NC, 65. 2. The marriage of a test:' lor or the birth of a child to him subsequent to the making...provision is made in contemplation of such an event, is, by presumption of law a revocation of the will, and this presumption can not be rebutted by any...
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A Treatise on Wills, Volume 1

Thomas Jarman, Joseph Fitz Randolph, William Talcott - Wills - 1880
...statute of that state enacts that the marriage of the testator, or the birth of a child to" him, after the making of a will in which no provision is made...such an event, shall be a revocation of the will. In considering the provisions of this statule, it was said by McCay, J. : " The revocation is, by these...
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Foundations of Success and Laws of Trade ...: A Complete Business Guide ...

Daniel R. Shafer - Business - 1881 - 715 pages
...the States they are empowered to do so by statute. By common law, marriage and the birth of a child subsequent to the making of a will in which no provision is made for such an event, will be considered a revocation of the will ; at least, it cannot bar the rights...
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Webster's Every Man's Own Lawyer: A Compendium of Business and Domestic Law ...

Business law - 1888 - 326 pages
...the states they are empowered to do so by statute. By common law, marriage and the birth of a child subsequent to the making of a will in which no provision is made for such an event will be considered a revocation of the will ; at least it can not bar the rights...
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Reports of Cases Argued and Decided in the Supreme Court of ..., Volume 86

Georgia. Supreme Court - Law reports, digests, etc - 1891
...Under the code of Georgia the marriage of a woman revokes a will 12i 539; previously executed by her in which no provision is made in contemplation of such an event. 2. Parol evidence is not admissible to show that the will was executed in contemplation of the marriage....
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