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11 Dec

Hull on Estates #561 – The Question of a Limitation Period in a Will Challenge

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This week on Hull on Estates, Natalia Angelini and Kira Domratchev discuss the decision in Shannon v Hrabovsky, 2018 ONSC 6593, and the question of a limitation period in a Will challenge.

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27 Nov

Hull on Estates #560 – Wall v. Shaw – Limitation Periods and Passing of Accounts

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Today on Hull on Estates, Stuart Clark and Doreen So discuss the recent decision of Wall v. Shaw, 2018 ONCA 929, and its potential impact upon the availability of limitations defences in an Application to Pass Accounts.

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13 Nov

Hull on Estates #559 – The Importance of Comprehensive Management Plans

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This week on Hull on Estates, Natalia Angelini and Nick Esterbauer discuss the recent decision of the Ontario Superior Court of Justice in Connolly v Connolly and PGT, and the importance of filing comprehensive management plans in support of applications for appointment of guardians of property.

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30 Oct

Hull on Estates #558 – Fica v Dmytryshyn: Costs Consequences of Failing to Comply with Rules of Civil Procedure

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On today’s podcast, Jonathon Kappy and Rebecca Rauws discuss the Ontario Superior Court decision in Fica v Dmytryshyn, 2018 ONSC 2034, which addresses a fiduciary’s duty to comply with the Rules of Civil Procedure in accounting matters.

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16 Oct

Hull on Estates #557 – Milne Estate and the Validity of Multiple Wills

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In today’s podcast, Paul Trudelle and Sayuri Kagami discuss the recent decision of Re Milne Estate, 2018 ONSC 4174, where Justice Dunphy of the Ontario Superior Court found a Will to be invalid where it provided the Estate Trustee with the discretion to determine whether assets might fall under the Will or not. At the time of recording, it was unknown whether the decision would be appealed. It is now confirmed that the decision is under appeal.

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02 Oct

Hull on Estates #556 – Steele v Smith: Missing Beneficiaries and Remedies for the Estate Trustee

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This week on Hull on Estates, Noah Weisberg and Garrett Horrocks review the decision in Steele v Smith, 2018 ONSC 4601, and discuss Benjamin Orders as a remedy for the estate trustee in the event that a beneficiary cannot be located.

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04 Sep

Hull on Estates #554 – Golden Rule for Assessing Testamentary Capacity

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This week on Hull on Estates, Noah Weisberg and Doreen So discuss the UK and Hong Kong Golden Rule for assessing testamentary capacity.

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21 Aug

Hull on Estates #553 – Who is the Children’s Lawyer?

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This week on Hull on Estates, Jonathon Kappy and Nick Esterbauer discuss the role of the Children’s Lawyer in Ontario and the recent decision of the Ontario Court of Appeal in Ontario (Children’s Lawyer) v Ontario (Information and Privacy Commissioner).

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07 Aug

Hull on Estates #552 – Distribution in light of a number of potential Wills

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In today’s podcast, Paul Trudelle and Rebecca Rauws discuss the recent decision of Eissmann v Kuntz, 2018 ONSC 3650 and the distribution of an estate in light of a number of potential Wills.

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24 Jul

Hull on Estates #551 – The admissibility of an expert’s evidence

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In today’s podcast, Natalia Angelini and Kira Domratchev discuss the Ontario Court of Appeal decision of Dujardin v Dujardin, 2018 ONCA 597, and the admissibility of an expert’s evidence with respect to the deceased’s capacity.

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