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Rule of Convenience: Interest on Legacies

This blog is authored by Gosha Sekhon, LL.B., B.A., Scotiabank. Courts apply the common law “rule of convenience” in the situation of legacies that have not been paid within the first year of an estate. In general terms, this means that interest is payable on a legacy not paid on…

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Demonetization – Dreams Become Nightmares

This Blog was written by: Gosha Sekhon I recently visited India and thought I would share some interesting information. My family has travelled back to India on numerous occasions since my parents immigrated to Canada in the early 1980s. On this trip, we were surprised to learn about the federal…

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PASSING OF ACCOUNTS – PART I “WHAT DOES IT MEAN and WHY IS IT NECESSARY?”

As part of any administration, it is important for the Executor or Trustee to maintain records of all transactions taking place within the estate or trust

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Estate Trustee During Litigation – A Refresher from the STEP 2016 National Conference

The reality is, with the impending transfer of one of the largest amounts of wealth in our history from one generation to the next, we are likely to see a continued up-tick in estate litigation. Along with that there will be the increased need for a neutral party to preserve the assets of the estate during the course of such litigation.

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