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Australian court rules unsent text message is a legitimate will

Deutsche Welle Wednesday, 11 October 2017 ()
Australian court rules unsent text message is a legitimate willOne man's unsent text message has been ruled a valid will by a court in Australia. The man drafted the text shortly before taking his life, leaving his home to his brother instead of his wife and son.
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