Inheritance Act 1975: Lesson plans

Taylor v Bell indicates that the court has unfettered discretion to vary periodic payments under the Inheritance Act 1975. Richard Selwyn Sharpe discusses ‘Executors faced with such an application in future should be astute to examine the financial needs and resources of an applicant, while not being overzealous as to the time and expense incurred …
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