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The law of dependants' relief in Canada

Author: Cameron Harvey
Publisher: Scarborough, Ont. : Carswell, 1999.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Cameron Harvey
ISBN: 0459270753 9780459270759
OCLC Number: 41087173
Description: 1, 256 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: Chapter 1. Introduction --
Chapter 2. The primary jurisdiction --
1. Background --
2. Application of the legislation --
(a) British Columbia --
(b) Alberta --
(c) Saskatchewan --
(d) Manitoba --
(e) Ontario --
(f) New Brunswick --
(g) Nova Scotia --
(h) Prince Edward Island --
(i) Newfoundland --
(j) Northwest and Yukon Territories --
Chapter 3. Procedure --
1. Who can apply --
(a) Spouses --
(b) Children --
(c) Grandchildren --
(d) Parents, grandparents --
(e) Siblings --
(f) Representatives --
(g) Other --
2. Bars to applying? --
(a) Lack of need --
(b) Death --
(c) Remarriage --
(d) Intestacy --
(e) Contracting out: releases and waivers --
(i) Generally --
(ii) Ontario --
(f) Obtaining a personal representation grant --
(g) Conditional testamentary gifts --
(h) Life estate with a power of encroachment --
(i) Obtaining a marital property order --
(j) Accepting testamentary benefit --
(k) Deceased's domecile at death --
(l) Residence and domecile of dependants --
3. Forum --
4. When can a proceeding be commenced --
5. Marital property versus dependants' relief legislation --
6. Limitation period; late applications --
7. Stay of distribution of the estate; interim distribution --
8. Nature of the proceedings --
9. Parties and notice --
10. Evidentiary issues --
(a) Onus of proof --
(b) Other evidence --
(c) Corroboration --
(d) Solicitor-client privilege --
Chapter 4. The basic order --
1. Introduction --
2. Various circumstances --
(a) Disqualifying character or conduct --
(b) Proximity, nature, and duration of the applicant and deceased's relationship --
(i) Proximity --
A. Spouses --
B. Children --
(ii) Nature --
(iii) Duration --
(c) Circumstances of the applicant --
(i) Age and health --
(ii) Financial --
(iii) Dependants --
(d) Applicant's need, including standard of living --
(i) Need and standard of living --
(ii) Persons receiving sustenance from government and other sources --
(e) Applicant's contributions to deceased's welfare and creation of deceased's estate --
(f) Claims by any other dependant or person --
(g) Size and nature of the estate --
(i) Size --
(ii) Nature --
(h) External economic indicators and variables --
(i) Deceased's intentions (reasons) (j) Intestate and marital property entitlements --
(k) Maintenance payments --
(l) Will the applicant benefit from an order? --
3. Date(s) of assessment --
4. Drawing a new will: testamentary autonomy --
5. Assets available for a relief order --
(a) Generally --
(b) Contracts to make a testamentary gift --
(c) Conflict of laws --
6. Tax implications --
7. Lump sum, periodic(al) payment, specified property transfer --
8. Conditions and restrictions; incidence of orders --
(a) Generally --
(b) Incidence --
(i) Generally --
(ii) Marital property equalization orders --
(c) Ademption --
Chapter 5. Other orders --
1. Suspensory --
2. Interim relief orders --
3. Variation --
Chapter 6. Other claims --
Chapter 7. Costs --
1. Generally --
2. Interim costs order --
Chapter 8. Appeal --
Chapter 9. The Supreme Court of Canada: an historical note --
Appendix: Comparison of dependants' relief legislation in Canada --
Bibliography --
Index.
Responsibility: Cameron Harvey.

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