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Hammond v Hammond [2007] NSWSC 106

This case considered the issue of equitable obligations and whether or not a condition in a mans will that his brother ensure that the mans son not want for anything was a sufficient provision from his estate or if the son was entitled to a family provision.

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Hammond v Hammond [2007] NSWSC 106
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