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A New Trustee Act for Alberta, Final Report 109

Trusts are used by many Albertans as a way to manage property and assets, both before and after death. Having modern and clear rules for setting up and handling trusts is important to allow Albertans to manage and distribute their property. The current Trustee Act is outdated and has not kept pace with the modern world. ALRI has just released Final Report No. 109 – A New Trustee Act for Alberta. The Report sets out ALRI’s […]

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January 1, 2017

Wills and the Legal Effects of Changed Circumstances, Final Report 98

In its Final Report on Wills, the Alberta Law Reform Institute (ALRI) makes a number of recommendations for reform of the Wills Act. The main recommendations are in the following areas: “ Changes that Alter or Revoke a Will “ Revocation by Law “ Reviving a Revoked Will “ Admission of Extrinsic Evidence “ Rectification “ Failed Gifts “ Beneficiary Issues “ Ademption by Conversion “ Legal Discrimination Against Children Born Outside Marriage

AREA OF LAW Wills and Succession
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August 29, 2010