Estate in UK Law

  • Bourne v Keane
    • House of Lords
    • 03 June 1919
    ...... gift thereby given of what money remains after all expenses to the Jesuit Fathers for Masses, are void and fall into the Testator's residuary Estate, and so far as it declares that the Testator's next-of-kin are entitled to the said residuary Estate, and so far as it orders an enquiry as to the ......
  • Muir or Williams v Muir
    • House of Lords
    • 16 April 1943
    ...... all parties in respect of the said Appeal to this House, be taxed as between Solicitor and Client and paid out of the share of the Testator's Estate referred to in paragraph 9 of the Special Case, the amount thereof to be certified by the Clerk of the Parliaments: And it is also further Ordered , ......
  • Re Blake. Berry v Geen
    • House of Lords
    • 09 May 1938
    ...... the costs of all parties in respect of the said Appeal to this House, be taxed as between Solicitor and Client and paid out of the Testator's Estate, the amount thereof to be certified by the Clerk of the Parliaments. This Draft to be returned to the Judicial Office on or before . ......
  • Re Krubert (Deceased)
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 27 June 1996
    ...... the trustees were directed to hold the net proceeds of the sale of the house and the net income until sale as part of the deceased's residuary estate. . 5 By clauses 6 and 7, the deceased devised and bequeathed his residuary real and personal estate to his trustees upon the ......
  • In the Estate of Maldonado, decd. State of Spain v Treasury Solicitor
    • Court of Appeal
    • 30 November 1953
  • Re Neeld, decd
    • Court of Appeal
    • 08 March 1962
    ...... introduced from the will of Joseph Neeld, deceased, dated as long ago as 1855 and applied to the beneficiaries of the testators residuary real estate according to clause 14 of the will. The second question relates similarly to the validity and effect of the name and arms clause contained in clause ......
  • Re Maye
    • House of Lords
    • 06 February 2008
    ......It may be that his father's statutory legacy as a surviving spouse did not exhaust his mother's estate and that some part of the £18,000 represents a share in the residue of his mother's estate; but whether that is so is immaterial to any issue in the ......
  • Re Cunliffe-Owen. Mountain v Commissioners of Inland Revenue
    • Court of Appeal
    • 12 May 1953
    ...... Before: . The Master of the Rolls . (Sir Raymond Evershed) . Lord Justice Denning and . Lord Justice Romer . . In The Matter of the Estate of Sir Hugo Cunliffe-Owen, Bart. dec. . and . In The Matter of the Administration of Justice (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act, 1933 . Between: ......
  • Shiels v Cruikshank
    • House of Lords
    • 09 March 1953
    ......She is liferented in the residue of the estate of the deceased. The deceased left moveable estate of over £60,000 and … substantial heritable estate. The deceased also bequeathed to the pursuer ......
  • Knight, deceased, Re Midland Bank Executor Company v Parker
    • Court of Appeal
    • 16 April 1957
    ...... . 2 Under the Will and Codicil of Frank Knight, who died in the year 1919, his residuary estate was (in the events which have happened) directed to be held by his Trustees, as to one-half, upon trust (subject to a life interest therein of his ......
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