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BRYNHYFRYD MANS ESTATE. I CHANCERY JUDGE FAVOURS! THE PLAINTIFF. A summons taKen out by David John! Lodwig, of 8. Sketly-road, Swansea, "was heard 011 Tuesday in the Chancery Division. Applicant was the son, heir-at-law. and' sole i next of kin of the late John David JLodwig, of Puefola House, Brynhyfryd, whose wm was the subject of ^the summons. The re- spondents in the case were. David Walter Lvans, of 1, PirK wood-road Uplands, and Abraham Bcvan Davies. of Oxford-street, Swansea,, the trustees of the will, and 3Ir". Katie Lüdwig, wife of the applicant, and a?ochHdr<Mof ?!r.and Irs. Lod\"i, ,hu ¡ all beneiit under the v.in.. Mr. Romer. K.C., for the plaintiff, .said, he asketi foi- a declaration that the trusts declared by will of the testator in real and personal e.-Uxtc, subject- to providing cpr- i tain legacies, failed, as offending against the ride against perpetuities, and that the trustees be directed 1,0 convey the re. and personal estate to IIHU, The quest-ion wag whether there was a perpetuity under the 1 will or not. The"will was 1915, and the testator died on the 24th of the same month. Mr. Rowlands, who appeared for the. re- i spondents otlu-r than the t;.i>tees, aryaied that the trusts were valid, and ihct there jI was 110 remoteness. Mi\ Owen Thompson. for t11" trustees. 1 said they did not, intend to take any part- I in the argument as to the construction of the will. His Lordship throught Mr. Ttomer way right, but having rogard to the. ruie. he would take time to frame hie jgdgrnejit.

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