Time for Beddoes

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  • A very interesting article. However, what happens in the case where executors are threatening a third party, who just happens to be the majority owner of a property which the executors take no notice of his estate agents valuations and the price the property is on the market for and getting viewings, just because they think their valuation is the perfect one from a surveyor who made glaring errors, and are now using this Beddoes application as a tool for threatening the third party.

    Thank you

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  • In a case when one trustee and beneficiary of a will takes an action against another trustee and beneficiary to have them struck out as a trustee but the judge directs that the dispute should not have been in the High Court as it was but should be referred to a lower court for consideration for mediation which the case was 'crying out for' is it likely that the claimant who disregarded the judges order having it stuck out to proceed with the original claim would be indemnified for the costs incurred?

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