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The residuary estate will not necessarily comprise only cash, but will usually include other assets that have not been sold during the course of administration. Section 33 of the Administration of Estates Act 1925 (AEA 1925) defines the residuary estate as the residue of money and any investment for the time being representing the same, including any part of the estate of the deceased that may be retained unsold and if not required for payment of funeral, testamentary and administration expenses, debts and other liabilities and pecuniary legacies. This is whether:
the testator has attempted to dispose of it and failed, or
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