1. Why does Douglas Macfadden want his legacy set up as a trust for his surviving relative?
(a) he is not sure where she is
(b) he thinks only lawyers should handle his fortune
(c) he believes women cannot handle money
(d) he does not want to give all at once what he accumulated over a long time
2. Where was the legacy to go originally?
(a) to Jean Paget's mother
(b) to Jean Paget's older brother
(c) to Jean Paget herself
(d) to Jean Paget's first cousin
3. Why does the lawyer Strachan not remember Douglas Macfadden at first?
(a) he has been in ill health for many years
(b) he never travels again to Scotland
(c) he loses touch with clients after his wife dies
(d) he thinks the old man has hired another firm
4. What does Jean Paget present to Strachan when she arrives in his office?
(a) fresh baked biscuits
(b) proof of her identity
(c) a letter from her attorney
(d) a basket of fruit
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