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Wed, 15 Mar

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Glasgow

Death and Disputes

Kerr –v- Mangan 2014 CSIH 69, states:- “If clarity is to be achieved, the current Section 29 needs to be replaced with a provision that gives a clear indication, not only of the mischief which it seeks to address but also of the policy underlying whatever solution is adopted.”

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Death and Disputes
Death and Disputes

Time & Location

15 Mar 2023, 17:30 – 19:00

Glasgow, 12 Nelson Mandela Pl, Glasgow G2 1BT, UK

About the event

Now that the SLC have reported on the proposed Reform of Section 28 Claims (cohabitants who separate), Tom Quail has prepared a seminar on Section 29 Claims (where a cohabitant dies intestate and the surviving cohabitant wishes to  make a claim in the estate). 

 

The leading case in this case, Kerr –v- Mangan 2014 CSIH 69, stated:-

 “If clarity is to be achieved, the current Section 29  needs to be replaced with a provision that gives a clear indication, not only of the mischief which it seeks to address but also of the policy underlying whatever solution is adopted.”

 

This talk will cover:-

 • The present legal position;

• A brief look at the case law;

• How to quantify a claim in terms of Section 29; and

• The current position re proposals for Reform.

Tickets

  • Members

    By booking this ticket, you are declaring that you are a member of the Royal Faculty of Procurators in Glasgow. All records will be checked before attendance and invoices will be sent to those found in breech.

    £0.00
  • Non-Members

    £75.00

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