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THIS DEED is made on [date]
[Names of residuary beneficiaries entitled under the Will] of [addresses] (the Residuary Beneficiaries)
[Name of new beneficiary of inserted legacy] of [address] (the New Beneficiary)
[Names of executors] of [addresses] (the Executors)
[Name of deceased] (the Deceased) died on [date of death] leaving their last Will dated [date of last Will] (the Will).
[Probate of the Will was granted out of the [Principal OR [name] District Probate] Registry of the Family Division of the High Court to the Executors on [date of grant of probate] OR No grant of probate of the Will has yet been issued to the Executors].
By the Will, the Deceased appointed the Executors to be executors and trustees and [after leaving their personal chattels to [name of deceased's surviving spouse or civil partner]][AND pecuniary and specific legacies to [name of legatees]] left their residuary estate (subject to payment of their funeral and testamentary expenses and debts) to the Residuary Beneficiaries in equal shares
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