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Gorton v Parks (1989) 17 NSWLR 1

This case considered the issue of the family provisions and whether or not a man owed a moral duty to his children for provision from his estate after he had left the family when they were young and contributed very little to them during their lifetime and did not have a relationship with them when they were adults.

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