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Dalrymple v Melville (1932) 32 SR (NSW) 596

This case considered the issue of executors liability for a loss incurred by the estate and whether an executor should make good a loss incurred to the trust.

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Dalrymple v Melville (1932) 32 SR (NSW) 596
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