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Perpetual Trustee Co v Walker (1941) 41 SR (NSW)

This case considered the issue of the administration of solvent estates and whether or not directions in a will had displaced the statutory order for the application of assets and the payment of debts and expenses in relation to a lapsed share of the residuary of an estate.

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Perpetual Trustee Co v Walker (1941) 41 SR (NSW)
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