Product details

Publisher: 
Carswell
Practice area: 
Family law
Jurisdiction: 
Ontario
Publication date: 
2012-06-06
ISBN: 
9780888045683
Carswell

Property Rights and Obligations Under Ontario Family Law

Availability: In Stock

This portable resource provides a comprehensive analysis of a wide variety of core topics and issues pertaining to property rights and obligations in Ontario family law:

  • Chapters I to IV focus primarily on the rights and obligations of married spouses under Part I of the Family Law Act
  • Chapter V deals exclusively with the substantive rights and obligations of cohabitants
  • Chapters VI and VII discuss income tax issues and bankruptcy matters, respectively
  • Chapter VII addresses property protection techniques that may avert many of the obstacles discussed in the previous chapters

Praise for the work:

"While there have been innumerable presentations and papers on Part I of the Family Law Act, no one has yet put together a comprehensive text on this tricky piece of legislation, at least until now. Robert Halpern and his colleagues have done a superb job of deconstructing the various statutory provisions into their essential meaning, purpose, and scope. In doing so, the authors provide a clear analysis of almost every property issue a practitioner might encounter or raise."
Stephen Grant

Carswell

Property Rights and Obligations Under Ontario Family Law

Availability: In Stock

Description

This portable resource provides a comprehensive analysis of a wide variety of core topics and issues pertaining to property rights and obligations in Ontario family law:

  • Chapters I to IV focus primarily on the rights and obligations of married spouses under Part I of the Family Law Act
  • Chapter V deals exclusively with the substantive rights and obligations of cohabitants
  • Chapters VI and VII discuss income tax issues and bankruptcy matters, respectively
  • Chapter VII addresses property protection techniques that may avert many of the obstacles discussed in the previous chapters

Praise for the work:

"While there have been innumerable presentations and papers on Part I of the Family Law Act, no one has yet put together a comprehensive text on this tricky piece of legislation, at least until now. Robert Halpern and his colleagues have done a superb job of deconstructing the various statutory provisions into their essential meaning, purpose, and scope. In doing so, the authors provide a clear analysis of almost every property issue a practitioner might encounter or raise."
Stephen Grant