Monday, December 14, 2009

MICHAEL JACKSON PROBATE CASE: REVOCATION OF WILL

UPDATE IN THE MICHAEL JOSEPH JACKSON
PROBATE CASE SUMMARY
Los Angeles Superior Court
- ProbateCase Summary

Case Number: BP117321
JACKSON, MICHAEL JOSEPH - DECEDENT

Filing Date: 06/29/2009
Case Type: Letters of Administration
(General Jurisdiction)
Status: Judgment by Court-Petition
denied 11/17/2009
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Future Hearings
01/11/2010 at 08:30 am in department 5
at 111 North Hill Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012
STATUS HEARING (RE FAMILY ALLOWANCE ORDER)

01/28/2010 at 08:30 am in department 5
at 111 North Hill Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012
Revocation of Will

Los Angeles Superior Court - Probate

The Revocation Of Wills
Sec. 189. The Right To Revoke
A will may be revoked at any time before the testator's
death unless he is under contract not to revoke.

A will is a revocable instrument. It confers no
rights except upon the death of the testator.
It takes effect upon death and then only. A will
is completely within the power of the testator
until his death and he may make any number of wills, and yet finally die intestate.

It is true that a testator may be under contract
to make a will, or not to make a will, and where
this contract is upon a full and fair consideration
the courts will enforce it.

NOTE:
If a person does not leave a will, or the will
is declared invalid,the person will have died
intestate, resulting in the distribution of the
estate according to the laws of
Descent and Distribution
of the state in which the person resided.
Because of the importance of a will, the law
requires it to have certain elements to be valid.
Apart from these elements, a will may be ruled
invalid if the testator made the will as the result
of undue influence, fraud, or mistake.


NOTE: The Claimant that filed this obviously
is following this case very closely.

The will that currently is on file, states this:

LAST WILL OF MICHAEL JOSEPH JACKSON I,
MICHAEL JOSEPH JACKSON, a resident of
the State of California, declare this to be my last Will,
and do hereby revoke all former wills and codicils made
by me.

If indeed the will is invalid/no good (ie: forged; other)
then you can be assured things will take a sudden turn
in the ongoing mysterious case of Michael Jackson.

WHATEVER THE CASE MAY BE THE EVIDENCE IS OVERWHELMING

TO READ FURTHER ON THIS:
F. The Revocation Of Wills
MJHOAXLIVE: THE WILL AND JOHN BRANCA (REPOST)

MJHOAXLIVE: CONNECTING THE DOTS: THE WILL JOHN BRANCA AND MOTTOLA

1 comment:

  1. So what happened? Did they revoke it?

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