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INTRODUCTORY NOTE

Irish Conveyancing Precedents

Edited by:
Margaret Walsh
Publisher:
Bloomsbury Professional Ltd
DIVISION I: EXECUTORS AND ADMINISTRATORS COMMENTARY The legal personal representative 1 The executor Who can act Capacity Where no executor is appointed Where numerous executors are appointed The decision to act Reservation Renunciation Removal Wards of court Powers of the executor Duties of the executor Statutory powers Restrictions on the executor The redress scheme The legal right share Application of the legal right share Fully testate Partly testate Capacity to elect Time limits The dwelling house Time limits for appropriation Non application of statutory rights Renunciation Separation Divorce 1 Unworthiness to succeed Priority of legal right share Childrens’ rights 1 Section 117 Section 117 and the surviving spouse and civil partner Section 117 time limits Advancement Proprietary estoppel actions ...

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