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30 Nov

Hull on Estates #627 – What is the Role of the Office of the Public Guardian and Trustee?

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This week, Paul Trudelle and Sanaya Mistry discuss the different roles of the Office of the Public Guardian and Trustee and how they can help. For more information, please read Natalia Angelini’s blog.

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16 Nov

Hull on Estates #626 – Are an Applicant’s Own Medical Records Producible in a Will Challenge?

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This week, Stuart Clark and Sydney Osmar discuss Kinnear v Kinnear, 2021 ONSC 6539, a recent decision out of the Superior Court of Justice where the Court refused to order the production of the Applicant’s medical records in the context of a Will Challenge. Listen here to learn more.

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02 Nov

Hull on Estates #625 – The New Standard for Limitation Periods

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This week on Hull on Estates, Natalia Angelini and Diana Betlej discuss Grant Thornton LLP v. New Brunswick, 2021 SCC 31 (CanLII), and applying the new standard for limitation periods.

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19 Oct

Hull on Estates #624 – Worsoff and Virtual vs. In-Person Examinations

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This week on Hull on Estates, Fred Tonelli and Doreen So discuss the recent decision of WORSOFF v. MTCC 1168, 2021 ONSC 6493 (CanLII) and its implications regarding the future of in-person litigation, in light of the legal profession’s growing comfortability with remote work, as well as the positive effects remote litigation has had for the more effective administration of justice.

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05 Oct

Hull on Estates #623 – Unjust Enrichment and Constructive Trusts in the Commercial Context

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This week on Hull on Estates, Jonathon Kappy and Nick Esterbauer discuss the decision of Ryan v Ryan, 2021 NLSC 119, in which the basic principles behind unjust enrichment were applied to impress corporate shares with a constructive trust.

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21 Sep

Hull on Estates #622 – To Be a Trustee or Not to Be?

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On today’s podcast, Paul Trudelle and Juanita Valencia discuss the issue of when a person receiving funds becomes a trustee, as analyzed in Green Light Solutions Corp. v Baker 2021 BCCA 287.

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07 Sep

Hull on Estates #621 – What is a Limited Grant and when should you Consider Using it?

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On today’s podcast, Stuart Clark and Rebecca Rauws discuss the limited grant under s. 29(3) of the Estates Act as a tool to consider when probate may be delayed, but there is an urgent need to deal with an estate asset. For more information, please check out Stuart’s recent blog on this topic here.

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24 Aug

Hull on Estates #620 – Can the Court Cure an Unexecuted Will?

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In today’s podcast, Natalia Angelini and Arielle Di Iulio discuss the recent decision of Bishop Estate v Sheardown2021 BCSC 1571 which involves the Court’s discretion to validate an unexecuted Will under s.58 of British Columbia’s Wills, Estates and Succession Act, S.B.C. 2009, c. 13. For more information on this topic, you can also check out Sanaya Mistry’s recent blog.

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10 Aug

Hull on Estates #619 – A Discussion on the Admissibility of Recordings

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In today’s podcast, Doreen So and Sanaya Mistry discuss the recent decision in Rudin-Brown et al. v. Brown and Brown v. Rudin-Brown et al., 2021 ONSC 336, which examines the admissibility of audio recordings and how they may be used as evidence.

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27 Jul

Hull on Estates #618 – Notwithstanding any agreement to the contrary: Can you contract out of Dependant Support Obligations?

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In today’s podcast, Jonathon Kappy and Sydney Osmar discuss the recent decision Virey v. Virey, 2021 ONSC 2893 which examines the Court’s broad discretion to order an award for support even in cases where the parties may have entered into an agreement to the contrary.

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