It is not always necessary to incur court costs to obtain effective directions on a doubtful or disputed point of law or administration within an estate. When every beneficiary affected is of full capacity, they may agree to resolve their differences by having the personal representatives submit all the papers in the case with copies of all the opinions of counsel for those concerned to a named barrister, not in the same chambers as any who have advised in the case, on the basis that his or her opinion is to be accepted as a written arbitration on the question, and that the fee for such advice shall fall on the estate.91

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