It is also clear from the authorities that because a person is found to be unable to manage their affairs that it does not necessarily follow that the person is not competent to make a will (see the decision of Estey J. in the case of O'Neil v. Royal Trust, 1946 CanLII 13 (SCC),  S.C.R. 622 at p. 628. CONCLUSION
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