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Who thinks the law is an ass?

Old 13th Feb 2019, 19:12
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Who thinks the law is not an ass?


Not allowed as he is dead. So are his victims!!

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Old 13th Feb 2019, 20:34
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It struck me as barmy but I am sure, with the right will, the Home Secretary should be able to get something done about it. The odd thing is the solicitor is referred to as "Brady's solicitor". It seems to me odd that a dead man can have a solicitor. Mind you, having seen the name of the solicitor, nothing surprises me. A well known name around Wirral and Liverpool.
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Old 13th Feb 2019, 22:16
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It seems feasible that a deceased person might have a solicitor acting on their behalf to administrate their estate.
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Old 13th Feb 2019, 23:20
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The facetious answer to your question is Mr Bumble (actually he thought it was "a ass"). But I do agree that on the face of it this seems bonkers. I fear, however, that whatever Brady may or may not have written about the burial site of poor Keith Bennett, his body will never be found.
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Old 13th Feb 2019, 23:32
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Whether he left a Will or not, someone must be the legal inheritor of his possessions.
Is it not then up to that person or organisation whether they release the material for scrutiny?

Did he leave his suitcase and documents to his solicitor?
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Old 14th Feb 2019, 05:51
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What is wrong with "administer"?
Regardless, a person administering an estate is duty bound to carry out the said administration in an efficient and expeditious manner. If the brief case was donated as an item in Brady's will, that would be a different matter.
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