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The removal of an Executor

Once probate has been granted by the Supreme Court of New South Wales, an executor will not be able to renounce their position or delegate their duties to another person. However, an executor may appoint the NSW Trustee and Guardian or a trustee company to be executor...

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Long Service Leave (LSL) NSW

Long service leave applies to most NSW employees who are full-time, part-time or casuals. Employees who have been working for the same employer for 10 years  are entitled to 2 months (8.67 weeks) paid leave, to be paid at the employee’s ordinary gross weekly wage...

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Ademption – What is it?

Ademption is a legal doctrine that applies where a gift made by a Will no longer exists at the Will maker’s (i.e. testator) date of death. Under this doctrine, such a gift will fail. Examples of specific gifts include identified property, motor vehicle, piece of...

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