§ 65. Sir W. SUGDEN
asked the Attorney-General if he will consider introducing legislation at an early date to deal with the maintenance of the family of a testator on the lines of Act No. 41, 1916, New South Wales, with suitable adaptations to English conditions?
§ The ATTORNEY- GENERAL (Sir Thomas Inskip)
The Government cannot undertake to introduce legislation on this subject. If it is desired to test the feeling of the House, this can be done by means of a Private Member's Bill when opportunity offers.
§ Sir W. SUGDEN
Is my right hon. and learned Friend aware of the very great hardships which obtain in this country by reason of the inadequacy of the law in respect to wills, on this matter?