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01 May

Hull on Estates #545 – The availability of summary judgments

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In today’s podcast, Ian Hull and Rebecca Rauws discuss the availability of summary judgments, and their use in estate litigation, in the context of the recent Ontario Court of Appeal decision in Aird & Berlis LLP v Oravital Inc., 2018 ONCA 164.

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31 Oct

Hull on Estates #532 – Do common law spouses need to live together?

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This week on Hull on Estates, Ian M. Hull and Stuart Clark discuss the recent case of Stajduhar v. Wolfe, 2017 ONSC 4954, and whether two individuals need to live together to be considered spouses within the confines of Part V of the Succession Law Reform Act.

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05 Sep

Hull on Estates #528 – Quantum Meruit Claims

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Today on Hull on Estates, Ian Hull and Noah Weisberg discuss quantum meruit claims and the decision in Tarantino v. Galvano.

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08 Aug

Hull on Estates #526 – Vanier V Vanier – Undue Influence and Powers of Attorney

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Today on Hull on Estates, Ian Hull and Rebecca Rauws discuss the recent Court of Appeal decision in Vanier v Vanier, 2017 ONCA 561, including the different tests for undue influence and the practice of assessing undue influence by capacity assessors.

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27 Jun

Hull on Estates #523 – The Limitation Period in Section 38 of the Trustee Act and Crossclaims

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Today on Hull on Estates, Ian M. Hull and Doreen So discuss the recent Court of Appeal decision in Levesque v. Crampton Estate, 2017 ONCA 455, and the two-year, from death, limitation in section 38 of the Trustee Act.

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30 May

Hull on Estates #521- Removing Opposing Counsel as Lawyers of Record

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Today on Hull on Estates, Ian Hull and Paul Trudelle discuss removing opposing counsel as lawyers of record, and the decisions of Moad v. Shepherd, 2017 ABQB 330 (CanLII) and McKeller Estate v. Powell 1996 CarswellOnt 642.

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23 May

Hull on Estates #520 – Role of The Estate Trustee During Litigation

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This week on Hull on Estates, Ian Hull discusses the role of the Estate Trustee During Litigation and the impact of case law over the last 50 years.

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16 May

Hull on Estates #519 – Prudent Investments

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This week on Hull on Estates, Ian and Noah discuss the importance of prudent investment by a trustee in light of the decision in Mowry v Groome.

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11 Apr

Hull on Estates #514 – Intersections in Trust and Family Law

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This week on Hull on Estates, Ian Hull discusses the various areas of interplay between trust law and family law.

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16 Mar

#510 – Reasons for Judgment in Birtzu v. McCron

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This week on Hull on Estates, Ian Hull and Doreen So discuss the reasons for judgment in Birtzu v. McCron, 2017 ONSC, 1420, and the finding that the Plaintiffs were statute barred in this will challenge.

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