Burton v McGregor

JurisdictionNew Zealand
CourtUnspecified Court (New Zealand)
Date1953
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4 cases
  • Lau Siew Kim v Yeo Guan Chye Terence and Another
    • Singapore
    • Court of Three Judges (Singapore)
    • 30 November 2007
    ...claims will be properly protected and adjusted by the law as to intestacy. They add at p 104, citing F B Adams J in Burton v McGregor [1953] NZLR 487 at To maintain a will made before marriage may result in injustice to children or even to the wife herself, and there are, it is said, good r......
  • Estate of McPartlan v Application by Dinneen
    • Ireland
    • High Court
    • 11 September 2020
    ...Act, 1837 was by s. 7 of the Law Reform Act, 1944, which followed the lead of s. 177 of the English Act of 1925. In Burton v. McGregor [1953] N.Z.LR. 487 the testator made a will on 31st July, 1951 leaving his estate to “[ his] fiancée Valerie Richards,” to whom he had become engaged on 1st......
  • Juan v Juan et Al
    • Belize
    • Court of Appeal
    • 22 May 2012
    ...marriage” was therefore revoked by the testator's subsequent marriage. 21 We were also referred by Mr. Williams to Burton v. McGregor [1953] N.Z.L.R. 487, a decision at first instance from New Zealand. In that case, F.B. Adams, J. had before him for consideration section 7(1) of the New Zea......
  • Lau Siew Kim v Yeo Guan Chye Terence and Another
    • Singapore
    • Court of Three Judges (Singapore)
    • 30 November 2007
    ...claims will be properly protected and adjusted by the law as to intestacy. They add at p 104, citing F B Adams J in Burton v McGregor [1953] NZLR 487 at To maintain a will made before marriage may result in injustice to children or even to the wife herself, and there are, it is said, good r......

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