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Estoppel by convention – what is it, and does it matter?

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Posted by Katie Alsop on 12 November 2015

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Katie specialises in contested wills, disputed estates and the removal and substitution of executors.

Katie Alsop

Katie specialises in contested wills, disputed estates and the removal and substitution of executors.

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