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The NSW Supreme Court recently decided that a digital video disc [DVD] recording of an oral statement of a woman’s intentions for the disposition of her estate could be admitted to probate as a “provable” Will.
In the case of Re Estate of Wai Fun Chan, deceased  NSWSC 1107, the deceased woman had made a DVD recording of her wishes in circumstances where the court found she had stated her intentions freely and voluntarily and there was no evidence of any suspicious circumstances surrounding her statements on the DVD. In the circumstances the court found that all of the requirements of the relevant sections of the Succession Act 2006 (NSW) had been satisfied to admit the DVD for probate, along with her prior formal Will.