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Where a Will contains a clause which appoints as executors ‘the partners at my death in the firm of X’, but with no substitution in the event of another firm taking over the firm’s practice prior to the death, does the appointment fail if the firm has transferred its business to another firm before the death?

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Published on LexisPSL on 22/11/2019

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  • Where a Will contains a clause which appoints as executors ‘the partners at my death in the firm of X’, but with no substitution in the event of another firm taking over the firm’s practice prior to the death, does the appointment fail if the firm has transferred its business to another firm before the death?

Where a Will contains a clause which appoints as executors ‘the partners at my death in the firm of X’, but with no substitution in the event of another firm taking over the firm’s practice prior to the death, does the appointment fail if the firm has transferred its business to another firm before the death?

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