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Disappointed beneficiaries, the House of Lords, and Scots law

Norrie, Kenneth (1995) Disappointed beneficiaries, the House of Lords, and Scots law. Greens Family Law Bulletin, 3 (May). pp. 2-3.

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Solicitors' liability to beneficiaries for negligence in preparing wills.