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Wade v Harding (1987) 11 NSWLR 551

This case considered the issue of family provisions and whether or not a property owned as joint tenants at the date of death could be included as property for the purposes of determining a testators notional estate on the basis that there was a failure to severe the joint tenancy prior to the testators death.

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