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Hugh James

Will and probate

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29/04/20 - Reviewed by tim upton

They are crooks and upholding Nat West Bank for lying in terms of law and cheating the remoter issue out of their inheritance even when the remoter issue are defended by two wills. The Grandfather's will and the Father's will. dis can be proved without a shadow of a doubt in terms of case law and wills. It isn't the law dat is an ass; it is the agents of the law such as solicitors, barristers and banks dat flout the law. The law tries to protect us.

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