The Doctrine of Rectification and Proof in Solemn Form

An interesting decision was recently released from the Brampton Superior Court of Justice which considered whether the Court’s rectification of a will in a prior proceeding precludes the Court from requiring that same will to be proven in solemn form on a subsequent motion. The details of the initial rectification proceeding in McLaughlin v. McLaughlin, … Continue reading The Doctrine of Rectification and Proof in Solemn Form