Wills Trusts & Estates keyed to Dukeminier
Arnheiter v. Anheiter
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Guterl executed a will and directed her executrix to, “sell my undivided one-half interest of premises known as No. 304 Harrison Avenue, Harrison, New Jersey,” and use the proceeds to establish a trust for each of the decedent’s two nieces. Guterl did not own a home at 304 Harrison Avenue but at 317 Harrison Avenue.
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