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LONDON:
STEVENS AND SONS, 119, CHANCERY LANE,

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very Practitioner knows that there is a conrable number of statutes which, in the absence any contrary intention appearing in Wills, e a very important influence thereon, and in le cases, are in part grafted in, and become, all intents and purposes, parts thereof. It is refore of obvious importance, that the extent of s influence be understood by and explained to ry Testator by his Solicitor, so that the Testator y be in possession of sufficient information on the ject, to enable him to determine whether to adopt, abridge, or to negative the powers and provisions the statutes exerting such influence. This being it has frequently occurred to the author, that it uld be of considerable assistance to Solicitors gaged in the preparation of Wills, if they had, in 'onvenient and portable form, a book of reference such of the statutes as particularly relate to this bject. With a view of supplying this want, the llowing pages have been written. The author has erein made a variety of suggestions, by means of

E. Cox & SONS,

PRINTERS,

102, CHANCERY LANE, LONDON, E.C.

PREFAOE.

Every Practitioner knows that there is a considerable number of statutes which, in the absence of any contrary intention appearing in Wills, have a very important influence thereon, and in some cases, are in part grafted in, and become, to all intents and purposes, parts thereof. It is therefore of obvious importance, that the extent of this influence be understood by and explained to every Testator by his Solicitor, so that the Testator may be in possession of sufficient information on the subject, to enable him to determine whether to adopt, to abridge, or to negative the powers and provisions of the statutes exerting such influence. This being so, it has frequently occurred to the author, that it would be of considerable assistance to Solicitors engaged in the preparation of Wills, if they had, in a convenient and portable form, a book of reference to such of the statutes as particularly relate to this subject. With a view of supplying this want, the following pages have been written. The author has therein made a variety of suggestions, by means of

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