Weakness of intellect, such as that of a child.
2. When the childishness is so great that a man has lost his memory, or
is incapable to plan a proper disposition of his property, he is unable
to make a will. Swinb. part. 11, 1; 6 Co. 23. See 9 Conn. 102; 9 Phil. R.
Source: Bouviers Law Dictionary 1856 Edition
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