Hull on Estates #459 – Neuberger v. York: the inquisitorial role of the court, and the applicability of the estoppel doctrines in a will challenge.

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This week on Hull on Estates, Jonathon Kappy and Stuart Clark discuss the Court of Appeal’s recent decision of Neuberger v. York, 2016 ONCA 191, and the inquisitorial role of the court in the context of a will challenge, and the applicability of the doctrines of estoppel by convention and estoppel by representation in a will challenge.

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