Williams on Wills 11th Edition Mainwork Set
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Williams on Wills has long been recognised as the leading text in the area of wills. Considered to be the definitive practitioner textbook, the new edition has been fully revised and updated for 2021. As always, the title will consist of two volumes, the second of which comprises an extensive collection of gold standard precedents both for complete wills and clauses used in wills, also included on a CD in Word format ready to edit and use in practice.
Included In This New Edition
- Volume 1
- Case law updates since the last supplement in 2018
- Additional commentary on digital assets
- New commentary on the Covid attestation rules
- Volume 2
- New RNRB precedents added where appropriate, including 2-yr, 2-day spousal interest in possession
- New precedent wording for a 'Covid attestation' clause
- Discussion of Brexit
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