Editorial Cartoon

For generations, it was a common occurrence for a child to sit back, remain idle and wait to inherit their parents’ property, which they were entitled to by law. However, a new law has scrapped that entitlement, with parents now having the right to decide otherwise.

For generations, it was a common occurrence for a child to sit back, remain idle and wait to inherit their parents’ property, which they were entitled to by law. However, a new law has scrapped that entitlement, with parents now having the right to decide otherwise.

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