Somerset man says bank lost his will
A SOMERSET man is angry and upset after his bank lost his will for 12 years. Brian Stevens says that if he had died during the time it was lost, his two children would not have received his house and savings.
A SOMERSET man is 'angry and upset' after his bank lost his will for 12 years.
Brian Stevens says that if he had died during the time it was lost, his two children would not have received his house and savings.
But NatWest bank says the will was never lost and has always been at its branch in Bath.
In the 1980s Brian, aged 58, went into what was his local branch of NatWest in Bath, drew up the will and named the bank as executors and trustees.
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