Elliott v Elliott: 16 Jul 1841

Testator gave the residue of his personal estate unto and among all and every the children, sons and daughters, of his daughter Elizabeth, in equal shares and proportions, as and when they should attain their respective ages of twenty-two years.
Held, that the children of the testator’s daughter living at the testator’s death were
the only objects of the bequest; arid, consequently, that it was not void for
remoteness.

[1841] EngR 933, (1841) 12 Sim 276, (1841) 59 ER 1137
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