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17 Dec

Hull on Estates #361 – The Reliance of Releases

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Listen to Hull on Estates #361 – The Reliance of Releases

Today on Hull on Estates, Noah Weisberg and Moira Visoiu discuss the reliance and use of releases.

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10 Dec

Hull on Estates #360 – Substitute Decisions Act

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Today on Hull on Estates, Jonathon Kappy and Noah Weisberg discuss changes to the Substitute Decisions Act.

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03 Dec

Hull on Estates #359 – Variations of trusts

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Listen to Hull on Estates #359 – Variations of trusts

Today on Hull on Estates, Paul Trudelle and Stuart Clark discuss variations of trusts and a recent paper by C.D. Freedman presented at the 16th Annual Estates and Trusts summit.

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26 Nov

Hull on Estates #358 – Due execution of a will

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Listen to Hull on Estates #357 – Due execution of a will

 

Today on Hull on Estates, David Smith and Josh Eisen discuss the strict approach to due execution of a will in Ontario, and the more permissive alternative approach followed in some other provinces.

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19 Nov

Hull on Estates #357 — Real property and joint tenancy

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Listen to Hull on Estates #357— Real property and joint tenancy

Today on Hull on Estates, Paul Trudelle and Holly LeValliant discuss a decision of the Queen’s Bench of Saskatchewan, which dealt with the issue of whether a person who transfers real property into joint tenancy is entitled to change her mind.

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15 Nov

Hull on Estates #356 — Dealing with evidence

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 Listen to: Hull on Estates #356 — Dealing with evidence

Today in episode #356 of Hull on Estates, Jonathon Kappy and Crystal O’Donnell discuss the main considerations counsellors need to be mindful of when dealing with evidence, whether it’s by application, action, or motion.

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08 Nov

Hull on Estates #355 – Hearsay and the Evidence Act

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Listen to: Hull on Estates #355 — Hearsay and the Evidence Act

Today, in episode #355 of Hull on Estates, Paul Trudelle and Holly LeValliant discuss the common law of hearsay and section 13 of the Evidence Act in the context of estate litigation in the Court of Appeal decision in Brisco Estate v. Canadian Premiere Life Insurance.

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31 Oct

Hull on Estates #354–Estate Trustees and Notices of Objection

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Listen to: Hull on Estates #354 — Estate Trustees and Notices of Objection

Today on Hull on Estates, Andrea Buncic and Paul Trudelle discuss some of the disadvantages of an Estate Trustee waiting for a Notice of Objection to expire rather than bringing an Application for Directions.

 

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31 Oct

Hull on Estates #353 – The Supreme Court of Canada and the Right to Life

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Listen to: Hull on Estates #353 — The Supreme Court of Canada and the Right to Life

Today on Hull on Estates, Jonathon Kappy and Noah Weisberg discuss the recent Supreme Court of Canada decision on the case of Hassan Rasouli, a gentleman who was hospitalized and on life support. Mr. Rasouli’s family did not agree with doctors’ decisions to remove him from all such support. Jonathon and Noah discyss the broader implications of the issue at hand,  the Health Care Consent Act, and the Consent and Capacity Board.

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17 Oct

Hull on Estates #352 – The Family Law Act and Matrimonial Homes

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Listen to: Hull on Estates #352 — The Family Law Act and Matrimonial Homes

Today on Hull on Estates, David Smith and Holly LeValliant discuss a recent case Brash v. Zyma, 2013 ONSC 2800, where the Applicant developed Parkinson’s Disease, which made it impossible for her to live in the matrimonial home. Accordingly, the Estate argued that at the valuation date (the date of death of the deceased), the property was not ordinarily occupied by the Applicant and therefore was not a matrimonial home pursuant to the Family Law Act. David and Holly discuss the broader implications of the issue in the Estates and Guardianship contexts.

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