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Posted on October 16, 2021 In Articles, Family Law, General & Commercial Litigation

October 16, 2021 By Brian Babcock Solicitor-client privilege is an important feature of our legal system. In order for you to have confidence to discuss […]

Posted on October 16, 2021 In Articles, Wills & Estates

October 16, 2021 By Brian Babcock Except in very limited circumstances, in your will, you may only give away property that you own. This may […]

Posted on October 4, 2021 In Articles, Wills & Estates

October 4, 2021 By Brian Babcock Sometimes a will leaves it unclear “what property is in the trust?” This is particularly important where your will […]

Posted on October 4, 2021 In Articles, General & Commercial Litigation

October 4, 2021 By Brian Babcock Ontario courts are usually very liberal about questions of jurisdiction to sue in Ontario. The general test is that […]

Posted on September 27, 2021 In Aboriginal Law, Articles

September 27, 2021 By Brian Babcock Courts typically make injunctions to protect property rights available more easily than injunctions in other situations, such as breach […]

Posted on September 27, 2021 In Articles, Wills & Estates

September 27, 2021 By Brian Babcock A valid trust requires what are called the “three certainties” – certainty of intention to create a trust, certainty […]

Posted on September 22, 2021 In Articles, Corporate & Commercial Law

September 22, 2021 By Brian Babcock For many people, going into business with their spouse is a dream – who better as a business partner […]

Posted on September 22, 2021 In Articles, Wills & Estates

September 22, 2021 By Brian Babcock Historically, estate trustees were not entitled to be paid for their work unless the will expressly provided for compensation. […]

Posted on September 5, 2021 In Administrative Law, Articles, Real Estate Law

September 5, 2021 By Brian Babcock Ontario’s Landlord and Tenant Board has the jurisdiction to determine the ownership of buildings, including through a simplified summary […]

Posted on September 5, 2021 In Articles, General & Commercial Litigation

September 5, 2021 By Brian Babcock Punitive damages may only be awarded if the court finds that there is an “independent actionable wrong.” Misconduct alone […]