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WEL Partners | Canada | 12 Dec 2017

The Presumption of Destruction & Capacity to Revoke: Goold Estate

In the recent Alberta case of Goold Estate v Ashton, the Court examined the presumption of destruction (animo revocandi) when a Will goes missing

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