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A new edition is due, details can be seen here:
Principles of Australian Succession Law 3rd ed isbn 9780409345315

Principles of Australian Succession Law 2nd ed

ISBN13: 9780409333572
New Edition ISBN: 9780409345315
Published: September 2013
Publisher: LexisNexis Australia
Country of Publication: Australia
Format: Paperback
Price: Price on Application

Principles of Australian Succession Law provides a concise but comprehensive overview of the current law of succession in Australia. Reference is made to statutory provisions and authorities in all eight Australian jurisdictions.

The text is a useful resource dealing with all aspects of the law of succession, including wills, intestacies, family provision and probate and administration. Although aimed primarily at undergraduate students embarking upon succession law for the first time, it may also prove helpful to others involved in the area of succession. The basic format of the first edition remains with the addition of two new chapters, one on the rapidly developing area of statutory wills and one on the difficult subject of survivorship. In addition the text has been extensively revised in all areas, not only in respect to the considerable new developments in succession law, but also with a view to making the law less technical and more accessible without forsaking accuracy.

Other Jurisdictions , Australia
ch 1 - Introduction
ch 2 - The General Nature of a Will
ch 3 - Making a Will - the Mental Elements
ch 4 - Statutory Wills - Wills for Persons Who Lack Testamentary Capacity
ch 5 - Making a Will - the Formal Requirements
ch 6 - Revocation and Alteration of Wills
ch 7 - Republication and Revival
ch 8 - Construction of Wills
ch 9 - Gifts by Will
ch 10 - Distribution on Intestacy
ch 11 - Family Provision
ch 12 - Personal Representatives
ch 13 - Grants of Representation
ch 14 - The Administrative Process

Part 1 - Functions and Duties of Personal Representatives
ch 15 - The Administrative Process

Part 2 - Powers, Rights and Liabilities of Personal Representatives
ch 16 - Survivorship