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In the Will of Wallace (1934) 51 WN (NSW) 84

This case considered the issue of executors commission and whether or not an executor was entitled to commission after he had been found guilty of neglect in his duty but had compensated the estate for the loss.

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In the Will of Wallace (1934) 51 WN (NSW) 84
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