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The Duty of the State in Suits Attacking Charitable Bequests, 4 Yale Law Journal 133 (1895)

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A charitable bequest is seldom relished by heirs. In most wills, the executor is himself an heir. If, then, the charitable intentions of the testator are to be carried out, it must often, if not ordinarily, be done by unfriendly hands.

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1895

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