Unit 2- Family Law

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Valid Will
s.9 Wills Act 1837
1 of 21
Must Be Signed at the End of the Will
Wood v Smith
2 of 21
A Blind Person Cannot Witness a Will
Re Gibson
3 of 21
Beneficiaries Cannot Witness a Will
Re Bravada
4 of 21
Witnesses and Their Spouses Cannot Benefit
Ross v Caunters
5 of 21
Privileged Wills
Wills (Soldiers and Sailors) Act 1918
6 of 21
Written Without Witnesses
Rapley v Rapley
7 of 21
Unwritten with Two Witnesses
Re Jones
8 of 21
Unmarried Ex-Spouses Can Make a Claim
Inheritance (Provision for Families and Dependants) Act 1975
9 of 21
Destroying a Will
Re Adams
10 of 21
Laws of Intestacy
Administration of Estates Act 1925 (as ammended)
11 of 21
Mininum Age of Marriage
Age of Marriage Act 1929
12 of 21
General Rules of Marriage
Marriage Act 1949
13 of 21
Must Be Single To Marry
Offences Against the Persons Act 1857
14 of 21
Both Parties Must Be of Sound Mind
Mental Health Act 1983
15 of 21
Spouse is Missing for Seven Years or is Believed to Be Dead
R v Tolson
16 of 21
Same Sex Couples Obtain Legal Recognition of Their Relationships
Civil Partnership Act 2005
17 of 21
Married Under Duress
Hirani v Hirani
18 of 21
Matrimonial Causes Act 1973
19 of 21
Amended Divorce
Matrimonial and Family Proceedings Act 1984
20 of 21
Cann v Cann
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