November 2018 Issue No. 92 highlights:
The full edition of this update is available here.
Law in the Library is a free program offered by the Winnipeg Public Library in conjunction with the Community Legal Education Association. This program offers free sessions on various areas of law, presented by professionals.
Registration through the Winnipeg Public Library is required.
The upcoming sessions are:
Thursday, September 13: 6:30- 8 pm. Register
Tuesday, October 2: 6:30-8 pm. Register
Monday, October 15: 6:30 – 8pm. Register
Tuesday, October 30: 12 – 1 pm. Register
Thursday, November 1: 6:30-8 pm. Register
Monday, November 5: 5:30-7:30 pm. Register
Volume 37, No. 4 of the Estates, Trusts, & Pensions Journal has just arrived.
From the Law Reports
- Be Careful What You Promise: Proprietary Estoppel in Cowper-Smith v. Morgan by Rachael Kwan and Jason M. Chin
- Till Death Do Us Part, or Does It? When Spousal Support Obligations Extend Beyond the Grave by Kimberly D. Visram
- Halachic Estate Planning – Tax and Litigation Risks by Charles B. Wagner, David Wagner and David Posner
- When in Doubt, Refer Them Out: When is Independent Legal Advice Desirable in Estate and Tax-Planning Transactions? by Karon C. Bales
- The Impact of Illegal Behaviour on Resulting Trusts: Reforming the Reliance Principle in Canada by Calvin Hancock
- Charitable Remainder Trusts – An Update by M. Elena Hoffstein
If you would like to receive a copy of any of these articles, please contact us at email@example.com
Update 91 – July 2018 has just been published. Contents include:
Case Law Updates:
- Mental Incompetence Not a Prerequisite to an Accounting: MBCA
- Mortgagor’s Equitable Right to Redeem Protected From Mischief
- Sisters Prevail in Family Farm Dispute: MBCA
- Right to Veto Homestead Disposition Dies With Non-Owning Spouse: MBQB
- Section 25.2 Applies to Both Specific and Residuary Gifts: MBQB
- Property Registry Updates
- Manitoba Law Reform Commission Reports
- Recommended Reading
On June 18th the Winnipeg Public Library in conjunction with Community Legal Education Association is hosting a free session on Wills at the Windsor Park branch.
Lawyer Marvin Giesbrecht, of St. Mary’s Law LLP will be speaking about what a will is, what it does, and what to include in your will.
Registration is required. For more information click HERE.
In keeping with this theme, we have created a display of relevant titles available here in the library.
If you’re looking to take out any of these books, please see a staff member. (48 hour loan period).