In section 5(1) of the Administration and Probate Act 1958 , for the definition of pecuniary legacy substitute —
""pecuniary legacy" means a gift of a sum of money in a will and includes—
(a) an annuity; and
X's will gives $1000 to A every year for the next 10 years.
(b) a general legacy which is a gift by will payable out of the deceased's general estate and not attached to a specific asset or fund belonging to the deceased; and
X's will gives $1000 to A.
(c) a demonstrative legacy which is a gift by will directed to be paid out of a specific fund or a particular part of the deceased's estate, to the extent that it cannot be paid out of the specific property on which it is charged; and
X's will gives $10 000 to A from X's bank account at the Bank of Y and provides that if this bank account is inadequate to satisfy the legacy or does not exist at the time of X's death, then $10 000 may be paid to A out of X's general estate.
(d) any other general direction by a testator for the payment of an amount, including all duties relating to the estate or property;
A general direction includes if a legacy is directed to be paid free of all duties, the payment of any duties to which the legacy is subject.".