Anyone with Wills & Estates questions is invited to a series of free drop in clinics at the Frances Morrison Central Branch of Saskatoon Public Library. The evening clinics will run from 6:30-8:30 on:
Thursday, February 14
Thursday, February 28
Thursday, March 21
If you need help preparing your will, acting as Executor of an estate, or any other related issue, plan to attend these free clinics. Robertson Stromberg’s James Steele will be there to assist on a first come, first served basis on February 14th and March 21st.
Can a resulting trust exist in respect of land under the western Canadian Torrens system, or, is such a trust inconsistent with the statutory concept of conclusive title? This case comment was published in Schnurr’s Estate Litigation.
Issues in Focus – Resulting Trusts
James Steele has published a case comment in Brian A. Schnurr’s Estate Litigation, 2d ed. vol. 1 (Toronto: Thomson Reuters, 2017). The piece appears in the Issues in Focus section of this textbook. James’s piece deals with the recent Saskatchewan Court of Appeal decision in Dunnison Estate v. Dunnison, 2017 SKCA 40. More broadly, the piece discusses whether a resulting trust can exist in respect of land under the western Canadian Torrens system, or, whether such a trust is inconsistent with the statutory concept of conclusive title.
Sean Sinclair and James Steele presented on September 20, 2017 before the Saskatoon Canadian Bar Association’s “Wills, Estates and Elder Law” group meeting. Sean and James provided a litigation perspective on the law and practice of challenging a Will, whether for alleged incapacity or undue influence.
The Saskatchewan Trial Lawyers Association (STLA) offer timely and topical telephone seminars to their members. On April 20th, 2017, Sean Sinclair and James Steele will combine their expertise in co-presenting an Estate Litigation teleseminar.
Registration is available through the STLA.