Talbot V. Duke Of Shrewsbury

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((1714), Prec. Ch. 394). Held, that if a debtor, without taking notice of the debt, bequeaths a sum as great as, or greater than, the debt, to his creditor, this is a satisfaction ; but it is not a satisfaction if it is bequeathed on a contingency or if it be less than the debt

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