Advise Barry, Edna and Gwen of their rights.
...cottage he owned... In January 2009, Les visited his nephew Barry, aged 11, and handed him a pocket watch, which had belonged to Barry’s great grandfather. As he handed over the watch, Les told Barry that he was to have the watch. However, when Les left later that day, he took the watch with him.
In June 2009, Les said to his sister, Edna: ‘I want you to have the benefit of all 250 of my shares in Patterson Productions Ltd. I will transfer them to Madge, so that she can hold them on trust for you and pay you any dividends.’ Les did nothing to transfer the shares, but did enter into a covenant with Madge to transfer the shares to her at a later date. The following day Les took the title deeds to a cottage...