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Williams and Williams (1882) 20 Ch D 659

This case considered the issue of the duty of an executor to dispose of a testators body and whether or not a friend of the deceased could recover the costs incurred in cremating a mans body even though the executors had the mans body buried.

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Williams and Williams (1882) 20 Ch D 659
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