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How Lady Lucan disinherited her heirs

It is a general principle in English law that a person has the right to leave his property as he chooses under his will. It appears that Lady Lucan has chosen to exercise that right, as her will reportedly disinherits her children, citing her reasons for doing so as their 'lack of good manners' towards her.  Instead, Lady Lucan has apparently left her entire estate to a homelessness charity, writes Anna Gaston.

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