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Insolvent Estate: What Happens to Jointly Owned Property?

Is jointly owned property that would otherwise pass by right of survivorship be available for unsecured creditors to satisfy their claims?

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Administering Insolvent Estates

Someone has passed, and you become appointed as an estate trustee for the deceased's estate. You perform an accounting of all of the estate's assets and liabilities. However, you realize the estate has more debts than assets. This is known as an insolvent estate, which is different from a bankrupt estate.

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RIN Letters

Effective January 1, 2020, the Ministry of Transportation requires a notarized RIN letter when requesting a new Company RIN, making a data change to an existing Company RIN, or transferring a vehicle to a Company.

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COVID 19: Virtual Commissioning in Ontario

The COVID-19 pandemic has posed many challenges for legal practitioners; many are now working from home. In response, legislation has allowed the practice of remote or virtual commissioning of documents.

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