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Singer v Berghouse (No 2) (1994) 181 CLR 201

This case considered the issue of dependency in the Family Provisions Act and established a two stage test for the court in determining whether inadequate provision has been made for an eligible dependant from a deceased estate and whether the court should use its discretion to provide for the dependant from the estate.

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Singer v Berghouse (No 2) (1994) 181 CLR 201
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