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An analysis of the Supreme Court’s decision in Marley v Rawlings, the first probate case in the senior appellate court for over 50 years, and the first time the statutory power to rectify wills has been properly considered on appeal. The decision also considers the modern law on the interpretation of wills.
Speakers Alexander Learmonth TEP was junior counsel for the defendants in Marley v Rawlings. He was called to Lincoln’s Inn in 2000 and practises from New Square Chambers, chiefly in the field of contentious and non-contentious probate and administration of estates. He is one of the editors of the leading textbook Theobald on Wills and a contributing editor to Williams, Mortimer & Sunnucks on Executors, Administrators and Probate.
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