Re Morris, decd

JurisdictionEngland & Wales
CourtProbate, Divorce and Admiralty Division
Date1970
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  • The Representation of Vibert
    • Jersey
    • Royal Court
    • 20 March 1987
    ...1579. (2) Kwanza Hotels Ltd. v. Sogeo Co. Ltd., 1981 J.J. 59, followed. (3) Matthews, In re, 1980 J.J. 139, followed. (4) Morris, In re, [1971] P. 62; [1970] 1 All E.R. 1057, distinguished. (5) Pristan, In re, 1963 J.J. 335, followed. (6) Reynette-James, In re, [1976] 1 W.L.R. 161; [1975] 3......
  • Gill v Woodall & Others
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 14 December 2010
    ...repeated and followed by Hill J in Gregson v. Taylor [1917] P 256, 261, whose approach was referred to with approval by Latey J in In re Morris deceased [1971] P 62, 77F–78B Hill J said that “when it is proved that a will has been read over to or by a capable testator, and he then executes ......
  • 1. Royal National Institute for Deaf People (A company Ltd by guarantee no. 00454169 and registered charity no. 207720) and Others v Adrian Alan Turner
    • United Kingdom
    • Chancery Division
    • 18 November 2015
    ...generally, be better to adopt is that summarised by Sachs J in the unreported case of Crerar v. Crerar, cited and followed by Latey J in Morris [1971] P 62, 78E-G, namely that the court should: "consider all the relevant evidence available and then, drawing such inferences as it can fr......
  • Tob Weng Keong and Another v Tob Chee Hoong
    • Malaysia
    • Court of Appeal (Malaysia)
    • Invalid date
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4 books & journal articles
  • Solicitors' will-making duties.
    • Australia
    • Melbourne University Law Review Vol. 26 Nbr. 1, April 2002
    • 1 April 2002
    ...I'). (61) Ibid 690. (62) Robert Megarry, `Note' (1965) 81 Law Quarterly Review 478, 481. (63) [1999] 1 WLR 729, 739, 742. (64) Re Morris [1971] P 62, 75. (65) See, eg, Viscardi, 510 NYS 2d 183 (Sup Ct App Div 2d Dept, 1986). (66) See, eg, Buckley, 42 P 900 (Cal, 1895); Walker [1999] 1 WLR 7......
  • Why the Home Region Matters: Location and Regional Multinationals
    • United Kingdom
    • British Journal of Management Nbr. 24-4, December 2013
    • 1 December 2013
    ...that the Uppsala Schoolregards risk to be increasing as distance from thehome base increases.Before the Uppsala School’s work, Vernon(1971, pp. 62–63) also noted a ‘gradual fanningout from geographically and culturally familiar tothe geographically and culturally remote area ofthe world’ fo......
  • UNION ELECTIONS AND DEMOCRACY IN MEXICO: A COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE
    • United Kingdom
    • British Journal of Industrial Relations Nbr. 20-2, July 1982
    • 1 July 1982
    ...and Warner, Comparative Union Dernocrucy, lac. cit., p. 96. 32. ‘Tenure of Union Officers’, Monthly Labor Review. Vol. 94, No. 2, February 1971, p. 62. 33. Karen S. Koziara, ‘Landrum-Griffin and Union President Turnover’, Industrial Relations, 34. Gary N. Chaison and Joseph B. Rose, ‘An Ana......
  • Understanding Political Corruption in Contemporary Indian Politics
    • United Kingdom
    • Political Studies Nbr. 45-3, August 1997
    • 1 August 1997
    ...small grant which enabled this research to be undertaken. 1 W. H. Morris-Jones, The Government and Politics of India (London, Hutchinson, 1971), p. 62. 2 G. Myrdal, `Corruption as a Hindrance to Modernisation in South Asia', in A. J. Heiden- heimer (ed.), Political Corruption (New Brunswick......

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