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145. Bequest of money where not payable until part of testator's property disposed of in certain way.- A money legacy is not specific merely because the will directs its payment to be postponed until some part of the property of the testator has been reduced to a certain form, or remitted to a certain place.


A bequeaths to B 10,000 rupees and directs that this legacy shall be paid as soon as A's property in India shall be realised in England.

The legacy is not specific.





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