References:  UKPC 1,  3 All ER 915,  3 WLR 1153,  1 AC 514
Coram: Lord Wilberforce
This case cites:
- Cited – Verge v Somerville PC ( AC 496)
On an appeal from New South Wales, The Board considered the validity of a gift ‘to the trustees’ of the Repatriation Fund or other similar fund for the benefit of New South Wales returned soldiers’.
Held: Trusts for education and religion do . .
- Approved – In re Hawksley’s Settlement; Black v Tidy ( Ch 384)
A second will was described as the last will and moreover referred to the first will as the cancelled will, the testatrix having written on a copy of it the word ‘cancelled’.
Held: Neither feature was sufficient to effect a complete revocation . .
This case is cited by:
- Cited – Marley v Rawlings and Another SC (Bailii,  UKSC 2,  2 WLR 213,  WTLR 299, 16 ITELR 642,  1 All ER 807,  WLR(D) 18,  Fam Law 466, Bailii Summary, WLRD, UKSC 2012/0057, SC Summary, SC)
A husband and wife had each executed the will which had been prepared for the other, owing to an oversight on the part of their solicitor; the question which arose was whether the will of the husband, who died after his wife, was valid. The parties . .