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Tawil v Public Trustee of NSW (1998) NSWSC 520

This case considered the issue of gifts of personal property under the principle of donatio mortis causa and whether or not there was sufficient evidence to show that a gift of personal property occurred just prior to a mans death.

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Tawil v Public Trustee of NSW (1998) NSWSC 520
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