Product details

Publisher: 
Carswell
Practice area: 
Estate planning & trusts
Jurisdiction: 
National/Federal
Publication date: 
2021-07-27
Carswell

Oosterhoff on Wills, Ninth Edition (Print + Proview)

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Authored by a team of distinguished academics, Oosterhoff on Wills provides a complete primer on all aspects of the law, incorporating text and commentary with concisely edited case extracts to elucidate and explore every aspect and phase of wills law. It can readily be used for better understanding of the basic concepts of wills and estates and as authority for legal principles.

New in this edition

  • Discussion of the impact of Bill 245 Accelerating Access to Justice Act 2021
  • Chapter 3 — A new section on Posthumous Conceptions in British Columbia and Ontario
  • Chapter 4 — A new section on Anticipatory Breach of Contract to make a will
  • Chapters 6 and 7 have largely been rewritten
  • Chapter 9 — A new section on Formalities While Parties Are in Each Other’s Electronic Presence. As well, the new British Columbia legislation recognizing electronic wills has been added
  • Chapter 11 — New notes and questions about people who disappear but who are eventually found, as well as about people who are presumed alive but later are proved to have been dead
  • Chapter 13 — New sections on Joint Tenancies or Tenancies in Common, and on Disinheriting a Person
  • Chapter 14 — New sections on Payment of Interest on Testamentary Gifts, and Abatement and General Powers of Appointment
  • Chapter 18 — A new section on Guiding Principles for public policy interventions for striking out conditions
  • Chapter 19 — New sections on the Application of the Rule in Commercial Contexts, and Abolition of the Rules Against Perpetuities
  • Chapter 21 — New case law added to sections on Property and Excluded Property

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Carswell

Oosterhoff on Wills, Ninth Edition (Print + Proview)

Description

Authored by a team of distinguished academics, Oosterhoff on Wills provides a complete primer on all aspects of the law, incorporating text and commentary with concisely edited case extracts to elucidate and explore every aspect and phase of wills law. It can readily be used for better understanding of the basic concepts of wills and estates and as authority for legal principles.

New in this edition

  • Discussion of the impact of Bill 245 Accelerating Access to Justice Act 2021
  • Chapter 3 — A new section on Posthumous Conceptions in British Columbia and Ontario
  • Chapter 4 — A new section on Anticipatory Breach of Contract to make a will
  • Chapters 6 and 7 have largely been rewritten
  • Chapter 9 — A new section on Formalities While Parties Are in Each Other’s Electronic Presence. As well, the new British Columbia legislation recognizing electronic wills has been added
  • Chapter 11 — New notes and questions about people who disappear but who are eventually found, as well as about people who are presumed alive but later are proved to have been dead
  • Chapter 13 — New sections on Joint Tenancies or Tenancies in Common, and on Disinheriting a Person
  • Chapter 14 — New sections on Payment of Interest on Testamentary Gifts, and Abatement and General Powers of Appointment
  • Chapter 18 — A new section on Guiding Principles for public policy interventions for striking out conditions
  • Chapter 19 — New sections on the Application of the Rule in Commercial Contexts, and Abolition of the Rules Against Perpetuities
  • Chapter 21 — New case law added to sections on Property and Excluded Property

About Thomson Reuters ProView

ProView is the way to read Thomson Reuters eBooks and eLooseleafs, published primarily for legal, accounting, human resources, and tax professions. The Thomson Reuters ProView web-based application is accessed via your browser. With the new ProView web app, offline capability is now available from your browser. The web application has a responsive design and is compatible with desktop, laptop and mobile devices.