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Woman Plunders Estate – Charity Gets Criticised
There a testatrix had executed a Will leaving her share in a property to her niece. She owned the property as joint tenants with her nephew.
UK
8 Nov 2017
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Will Drafting Negligence Claims – An Exemption For Financial Advisers?
A recent decision from Leeds serves as a reminder of the duty of care owed to disappointed beneficiaries where wills have been drafted incorrectly.
UK
24 Jun 2016
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Privilege Update - What Happens When Legally Privileged Documents End Up In The Wrong Hands
Legal professional privilege seems to be a hot topic at the moment. This privilege is a powerful right once established as it permits a person to withhold information and documents not only from production to the courts but also to investigating authorities.
UK
28 Dec 2011
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Professional Negligence Briefing: Late Service Of Claim Forms – A Risky Practice
The service of claim forms is, time and again, a cause of professional embarrassment as the courts insist on timely and correct service on defendants.
UK
16 Nov 2009
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