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Tuesday, 24 May 2011
"Missing Millionaire - Is It Time For Closure?"
THE son of a millionaire Islander who went missing in Spain seven years ago is seeking to have his father declared dead by the Royal Court.
Brian Neill was 68 when he went missing in January 2004 and has not been seen or heard from since.
His bank accounts have not been touched and his business interests, which include eight flats in Roseville Street, have been looked after by his daughter.
Now his 52-year-old son, Stephen Neill, wants the court to officially declare his father dead, which would allow him to share in an inheritance reportedly worth around £3 million.
Brian & Patricia Neill
The Royal Court confirmed that such an application had been made and said the matter was currently before the court.