Now in its tenth edition, Parry & Clark is the ideal textbook for anyone requiring a thorough knowledge of the law of succession. The text has been extensively revised and re-arranged to enhance the accessibility of the material. There is an informative chapter on post death variations and tax, and all changes to the law since publication of the previous edition in 1988 have been incorporated, including the rules developed by the Law Reform (Succession) Act 1995. Case law coverage includes White v. Jones on solicitors' duty of care to beneficiaries, Wood v. Smith on the position of the testator's signature, Re Dale on mutual wills, and Re Dorman on ademption, as well as a large number of family provision cases.
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