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Departing from uncontroverted expert opinion

Trusts and Estates

Departing from uncontroverted expert opinion

“The people of this country have had enough of experts”

These were the words of the Lord Chancellor, Michael Gove, in June 2016. Judges may not all share his opinion, but judgments this year demonstrate a waning tolerance for experts’ breaches of duty and a willingness to depart from uncontroverted expert opinion.

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