In Selvarajah v Selvarajah [2023] EWHC 474 (Ch) the High Court was asked to revoke a will on grounds of fraud and/or forgery of the testator’s signature. Julian Gun Cuninghame acted for the executors and sole beneficiary and successfully defended the claim. The circumstances were especially unusual because there was a complete absence of evidence as to how the will was created other than evidence from the two witnesses to the testator’s signature.


The Judgment can be read here: Selvarajah v Selvarajah