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The Probate Handbook Companion

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ISBN: 9781905536429
AuthorBracken, Tim
Pub Date01/01/2012
Pages200
CountryIRL
Dewey346.052
Publisher: Clarus Press Ltd
€38.91

The Probate Handbook Companion is a fully consolidated and annotated version of Ireland's Succession Act 1965, complete with amendment history and author notes. This book also contains relevant Rules of Court pertaining to probate matters, plus a useful glossary of Succession Act terms. The Probate Handbook Companion is a must for all legal practitioners concerned with Irish probate law and probate related matters. The book is complimentary to The Probate Handbook.

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The Probate Handbook Companion is a fully consolidated and annotated version of Ireland's Succession Act 1965, complete with amendment history and author notes. This book also contains relevant Rules of Court pertaining to probate matters, plus a useful glossary of Succession Act terms. The Probate Handbook Companion is a must for all legal practitioners concerned with Irish probate law and probate related matters. The book is complimentary to The Probate Handbook.

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