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This title covers statutory provision in circumstances of inadequate provision in a will or under the laws of intestacy (i.e. where someone dies without a will) and explains the law, practice and procedure.
It is a relatively new area of law which began with the 1938 Inheritance Act and now the Inheritance Act (Provision for Family and Dependants) 1975. This text is designed to help the practitioner both to identify and assemble the essential facts of a potential claim under the Inheritance Act at the start of the litigation, and to arrive at an informed view of the prospects of success in making or resisting an application under the 1975 Inheritance Act. The book enables the practitioner to assess the merits of a potential claim along with its cost implications.