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This article appeared in the July edition of Contentious Trusts and Estates (STEP Journal, Volume 22/Issue 6), reproduced here with the kind permission of the editor.
In this briefing, Adam Carvalho discusses Marley v Rawlings, the first wills case to go before the UK Supreme Court. The judgment confirms that the courts should apply the same principles when interpreting wills as they do when interpreting contracts, and expands the courts’ ability to rectify wills.
Adam Carvalho is an Associate in the Disputes team at Farrer & Co LLP.
If you require further information on anything covered in this briefing please contact Adam Carvalho (email@example.com), or your usual contact at the firm on (+44) 020 3375 7000.
This publication is a general summary of the law. It should not replace legal advice tailored to your specific circumstances.
© Farrer & Co LLP, July 2014
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