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Mrs. Green’s will states, “I leave my jewellery to my niece, Emma.” At the time of her death, Mrs. Green had sold most of her jewellery except for one necklace. What will Emma inherit?

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Specific bequests in a will are subject to the principle of ademption. If the specified items are no longer part of the estate at the time of death, the bequest fails. Since only the necklace remains, Emma will inherit the necklace.


Key Point: Specific bequests are subject to ademption, meaning they fail if the specified property is not part of the estate at the time of death.

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