7 Pages Posted: 7 Jul 2017
Date Written: July 4, 2017
This article describes how rural claimants have had their claims dealt with under family provision legislation. As regards this legislation, this article concentrates on the expectations of farming sons who have worked on farms and who may expect to receive a major share of a family property. Their claim is compared against the claims of daughters and widows. The article contends that family provision legislation, which in many cases works to the advantage of farming sons, reflects forms of patriarchy which overlap with and incorporate rural ideas of labour and the place of women on farms.
Suggested Citation: Suggested Citation
Voyce, Malcolm, Family Provision and Family Farming (July 4, 2017). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2996908