VERY IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS: Dear Writer, if you are not familiar with the IRAC Method or UK Law of Trusts, please let another writer who knows it get the assignment. It is of UTMOST IMPORTANCE that the paper is written by someone who is rehearsed in the IRAC Method as well as in Law of Trusts. Referencing style must be written in OSCOLA. This is a Problem Question and should be treated as such. Therefore, you must apply the IRAC Method to answer the question. • Issue – simply state the specific legal issue or question; • Rule – explain that specific legal issue and the relevant rules in detail; • Application – apply the rules to the factual scenario in the question; and • Conclusion – conclude: what is the end result? Please support your arguments with The United Kingdom (UK) statutes, UK case law and UK academic articles/journals/textbooks. Additionally, when you cite a case, please DO NOT just repeat the facts of the case, instead write why the case is applicable to your argument. There must be at least 15 published academic research/journals/articles/textbooks, 5 UK cases and 2 Statutes to support the arguments. You must: 1. Make sure to clearly address all the relevant points and support them by reference to appropriate cases, textbooks and published academic research. 2. Make sure to point to complex issues. These may include the relevant historical development of the law over an appropriate period, developments in other jurisdictions, or the potential for future development of law and policy. 3. Make sure to point out the difficulties in the law – such as conflicting decisions at appellate level, and cases which are inconsistent with the current law. 4. Make sure that meaning of the arguments is always clear. 5. Make sure the paper is written accurate, thorough, and written in excellent fluent English 6. Make sure not do go over the word limit, 5% over is allowed. FINALLY, HERE IS THE PROBLEM QUESTION: QUESTION: Milton Keynes-born author, Morgan, died recently and included the following dispositions in his will: (a) “My cottage, The Retreat, I leave to my next-door neighbour Rebecca believing she holds such for my relatives equally” (b) “100 of my 250 shares in Writers’ Block Ltd to trustees, Sandra and Tina, on trust for my children, distributing however they wish.” (c) “To my trustees, however they distribute, I leave my Shakespeare collection for any Milton Keynes locals who are lovers of the arts – and should there be any doubt, fellow writer and best friend, Charles, can determine who is such a local. Furthermore, any one of my first-edition Charles Dickens novels may be bought, at one-quarter their market value, by Rowena and any other individuals who served as inspiration for characters in my novels.” Consider the validity and effect of these dispositions.