He won a bronze medal for doubles boccia at the London 2012 Paralympic Games
Although trustees did not own property, their control over it gave them “rights which confer use,” in the family patrimony majority found
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Quebec tax officials are entitled to demand information from the Calgary branch of a national bank where a trust established in Alberta by a Quebec family holds an account, the Supreme Court of Canada ruled today.
In a successful motion made by the trustee of a bankrupt estate to access two properties held in a trust, the case turned on the testimony of a typology expert who showed the font used in the trust documents did not exist when the documents were allegedly prepared.