Nil-rate band legacies: Woodland Trust loses claim

Lesley King

Lesley King looks at the cases of Loring v Woodland Trust (on the meaning of ’unused nil rate’ in a will) and Cooper v Earl of Cardigan (guidance on circumstances in which the court will assist trustees in making ‘momentous’ decisions).



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