In a ruling that should clarify the Inheritance Act 1975, the Supreme Court has overturned a Court of Appeal decision to triple an award to a woman who had been excluded from her mother’s will in favour of three animal charities.

Gareth Ledsham comments on the verdict in The Law Society Gazette.

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Supreme Court rules in favour of animal charities in ‘reasonable provision’ wills dispute – Russell-Cooke in The Law Society Gazette