Earle v Bellingham: 24 Jul 1857

The right to receive legacies charged on a reversionary legacy payable under the will of another was not a present right to receive them until the reversionary legacy fell into possession on the death of the life tenant.


(1857) 24 Beav 448, [1857] EngR 795 (B), (1857) 24 Beav 445



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Updated: 01 May 2022; Ref: scu.244735