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Re Baron Kensington [1902] 1 Ch 203

This case considered the issue of Locke King’s Acts and whether or not a beneficiary of a will who received a property subject to a liability could choose not to accept the gift and to accept the gifts that were not subject to a liability instead.

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Re Baron Kensington [1902] 1 Ch 203
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