| Commentary

145 Pecuniary legacies

| Commentary

145 Pecuniary legacies

This type of gift is often the most satisfactory from a charity’s point of view as well as being less likely than other gifts to give rise to any dispute or difficulty. The testator’s intention will suffer, of course, if there is any change in the value of money or if the chosen charity goes out of existence or alters its character1.

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