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In Geldenhuys v Borman, an important case in the South African law of succession, the testator had executed a total of three wills, each revoking the previous one. For about three years the testator was a patient in Fort England, but he was released at a later stage. At the time the last will was executed, and although the testator was declared incapable of managing his affairs, there was no declaration that the testator was mentally incapable. Broadband only deals. 
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