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 When Meaning and Intent of Wills is Unclear

A Will containing unclear or ambiguous terms raises a variety of issues which must be considered by the executor, and their advisers, in determining the true meaning of the Will, and if necessary whether the Will can be rectified.   In this program, Angela Cornford- Scott, from Cornford-Scott Lawyers in Brisbane, looks at the case law and statutory provisions dealing with the rules of construction which the courts will apply in determining the true meaning of the terms of a Will, the use of extrinsic evidence to resolve an ambiguity, and when and if the Court will rectify the Will.

26 minutes / 0.4 CPD units



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 Price:  $33.00 (Inclusive of GST)