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Posts from February 2013.

Despite the intentions of a testator and the best drafting skills of their lawyer, there are often occasions when there is an ambiguity or apparent error in the resulting will.  These can be anything from small typographical mistakes through to directly conflicting descriptions of a testator’s assets, beneficiaries or wishes.  The difficulty for an executor is trying to ...

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On January 29, 2013, Chief Justice Robert Bauman of the BC Supreme Court released his decision (2013 BCSC 98) rejecting an application by the BC Auditor General for sweeping access to information and documents relating to the provincial government’s payment of legal fees on behalf of Mr. Basi and Mr. Virk, two former government employees charged with criminal breach of ...

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