It is observed by the Supreme court that it is a suspicious circumstance about the Will in question in a probate proceeding when there is an unfair disposition of property or an unjust exclusion of the legal heirs, especially the dependants.
In a case the circumstance that arose were –
The court held that these circumstances taken into account by the Trial Court and the High Court, by itself, and standing alone cannot operate against the validity of the propounded Will.
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