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Before Thomas died, he expressed to his wife that he wanted her to remain in the house when he had passed away. However Thomas did not express this in his will. The executors carried out this wish and charged the wife £1 ground rent per year. However whe
Nestle had put out an offer that if any person sent 3 chocolate bar wrappers in and a postal order of 1 shilling 6d they would send them a record. Although on receipt the wrappers were disposed of. Holders of the copyright, in this case Chappell, sued in
A father agreed to take control of his son’s DEBTS via IOU’s. The father later died and the executors sought after the son for the remaining debts owed. The son argued unsuccessfully that the debts were no longer his as he had an agreement that his da
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