It’s not uncommon for more than one person to guarantee the repayment of a loan to a bank (or other financial institution). If that loan is not repaid the bank often has a contractual right to pursue one or more of the guarantors (without having to pursue all of the guarantors). The result could be that one guarantor ends up repaying all or a majority of the debt.
In Re Yu  QSC 322, the Queensland Supreme Court held that a document created on the deceased’s iPhone shortly before he took his own life was the last Will of the deceased and admitted that Will to probate. The Court appeared to have little difficulty in finding that the information saved on the iPhone was a ‘document’ and that the deceased intended the document to be his Will.
From 13 September 2013, two new prescribed forms for powers of attorney are available for use:
See below link to LPI website for new forms fact sheet.
Case Note – Flo Rida v Mothership Music Pty Ltd  NSWCA 268 (20 August 2013)
Flo Rida (the appellant in these proceedings) is a well-known rap music artist who was contracted to appear at a music festival in Newcastle, New South Wales on 22 October 2011.