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Thornton v Brunsden (1956) 56 SR (NSW) 265

This case considered the issue of intestacy and whether or not nieces and nephews of a deceased man were classified as next of kin for the purposes of intestacy even though their parents were no longer alive.

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Thornton v Brunsden (1956) 56 SR (NSW) 265
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