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Judge Andrew McFarlane announced that he has ruled that Prince Philip’s will should be sealed and no copy should be recorded or kept in court.
McFarlane also ruled that the value of the Prince’s legacy should not be included in the will attesting.
Noting that it would take at least 90 years for the will to be ratified, and that this time was “proportionate and sufficient”, Judge McFarlane said, “In order to preserve the dignity of the Queen and her immediate family, this group of people, which has a limited number of individuals, is encouraged to increase the protection afforded to the truly private areas of their lives. there is need.”VEGABET GIRIS ICIN TIKLAYIN
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McFarlane also noted at the relevant hearing that there is no legal basis for hiring representatives of media outlets on the grounds that “the public interest is overseen by the Attorney General”.
The first royal member whose will was kept secret was Prince Francis, brother of Queen Mary, wife of King George V.
In addition, after the deaths of Queen Elizabeth II’s mother Elizabeth and her sister Princess Margaret, the wills were sealed.
Prince Philip died in June at the age of 99.
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