If

Court proceedings result in either a full Court order or a compromise order in `Tomlin' form varying the devolution of an estate

and

this is not regarded as an order under Section 2 of the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act 1975

then the order is considered to be a variation to which the provisions of Section 62(6) are capable of applying.

The treatment of the order will depend on how long has elapsed between the date of death and the making of the order.

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