A matter of the possession of sanity. Campbell v Campbell, 130 111 466, 22 NE 620. A testator is of sound and disposing mind and memory, if, at the time of making his will, he has sufficient mental capacity to be able to understand the act he is doing, to understand and recollect the nature and situation of his property, and to remember and understand his relations to the persons who have claims upon his bounty and whose interests are affected by the provisions of the instrument. Re Smith's Estate, 200 Cal 158, 252 P 325. See disposing mind; sound mind.
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