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06 Apr

Hull on Estates #610 – Inherent Jurisdiction and Standing in Trust Litigation

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 This week on Hull on Estates, Natalia Angelini and Garrett Horrocks discuss the recent Ontario Court of Appeal decision in Carroll v Toronto Dominion Bank, 2021 ONCA 38, pertaining to the issue of standing in trust litigation.

 

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24 Nov

Hull on Estates #602 – Can You Appoint a Litigation Guardian for Unborn and Unascertained Beneficiaries?

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This week on Hull on Estate, Stuart Clark and Garrett Horrocks discuss the distinction between appointing a “litigation guardian” or seeking a “representation order” when dealing with the interests of unborn and unascertained beneficiaries in estate and trust litigation.

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29 Sep

Hull on Estates #598 – How has COVID-19 Impacted the Execution of Wills?

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On today’s podcast, Rebecca Rauws and Garrett Horrocks discuss the execution of Wills in the midst of COVID-19, and how the emergency measures introduced this year may impact how Wills are executed in the future. The Globe and Mail article mentioned by Garrett and Rebecca during the podcast can be found here.

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21 Jul

Hull on Estates #594 –An Expansion of Pecore in Calmusky v Calmusky

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In today’s podcast, Paul Trudelle and Garrett Horrocks discuss the court’s decision in Calmusky v Calmusky, which deals with the application of principles from Pecore v Pecore to designated assets.

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03 Dec

Hull on Estates #585 – Applications and Actions: What’s the Difference?

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In today’s podcast, Stuart Clark and Garrett Horrocks review some of the main procedural differences between the two primary types of legal proceeding in Ontario: the application, and the action.

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30 Jul

Hull on Estates #577 – Hearsay Evidence and Summary Judgment

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In this week’s episode of Hull on Estates, Paul Trudelle and Garrett Horrocks discuss the use of hearsay evidence in a motion for summary judgment, and the Ontario Court of Appeal  decision of Drummond v. Cadillac Fairview Corporation Limited, 2019 ONCA 447 (CanLII).

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26 Mar

Hull on Estates #568 – Proof in Solemn Form: Testing the Waters of No-Contest Clauses

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In today’s podcast, Jonathon Kappy and Garrett Horrocks review the interaction between no-contest clauses and applications to prove a will in solemn form as discussed by the Court of Appeal of Alberta in Mawhinney v Scobie.

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24 Dec

Hull on Estates #562 – Revisiting the Pecore Principles: Tiedemann v Tiedemann

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In today’s podcast, Paul and Garrett discuss the decision in Tiedemann v Tiedemann and revisit some legal principles from the Pecore decision that are often overlooked in light of the well-known analysis on the presumption of resulting trust.

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26 Jun

Hull on Estates # 549 – Modernizing the Test for Testamentary Capacity

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In today’s podcast, Noah Weisberg and Garrett Horrocks discuss whether the Banks v Goodfellow test for testamentary capacity is in need of an update given current trends in medical science and in the increased complexity of asset holdings.

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20 Mar

Hull on Estates #542- Harvey v Talon International Inc.: The Importance of Pleading Earnest

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In today’s podcast, Jonathon Kappy and Garrett Horrocks discuss the Ontario Court of Appeal’s decision in Harvey v Talon International Inc., a case that clarified the importance of proper pleadings in real property claims.

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