Kostka v The Ukrainian Council of the latest South Wales Incorporated 2013 NSWSC 222 (Supreme Court of the latest Southern Wales, Young AJ, 26 March 2013)
This instance concerned construction associated with might of Taras Bodlak (the dead), whom passed away on 2 January 2010, aged 95. The deceased left nine gift suggestions in their 1996 will, the following:
- Australian Shevchenko Trust, Ukrainian Studies Foundation in Australia Limited in Lidcombe NSW: 10%.
- Ukrainian Youth Association of Australia Ltd in Lidcombe NSW: 10%.
- Ukrainian Class in Lidcombe NSW: 10%.
- Ukrainian Ballet-Dancing Groups, School of Music and Arts in Lidcombe NSW: 10%.
- Ukrainian Governmental Prisoners in Ukraine: 5%.
- Ukrainian War Invalids in Ukraine: 5%.
- Ukrainian Ladies Association in Lidcombe: 5%.
- Renovation of Ukrainian Hall in Lidcombe NSW: 5%.
- Ukrainian Catholic Church in Canberra: 5 percent.
Problems arose aided by the interpretation among these presents. Furthermore, there clearly was no setting up of any trusts when you look at the might, or any specification of purposes, but rather outright gift suggestions to organizations, including some which were unincorporated.
Their Honour stated that the basics had been well-established (at 3):