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Bath v British and Malayan Trustees (1969) 90 WN (pt 1) (NSW) 44

This case considered the issue of grants of representation and whether or not the court could enforce the laws of a foreign state and authorise the removal of assets from NSW when deciding who it would approve a grant of administration to.

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