| Commentary

139 Identifying the charity

| Commentary

139 Identifying the charity

A common—avoidable—error is failure in the will to identify sufficiently the charity which the testator intends to benefit1. It has been held that it is the duty of a solicitor to take care to identify such a beneficiary2. The error may be compounded where the charity uses an informal name or acronym for everyday purposes3.

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