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Levy v Kum Chah (1936) 56 CLR 159

This case considered the issue of executors liability for debts of the deceased estate, and the priority of debts of the Estate and the executor's rights to plead that the fund has been fully administered and there is insufficient assets to satisfy the claim.

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