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Published on Oct 17, 2008
This week on Hull on Estates, Ian and Suzana discuss extraneous claims that can arise during a will challenge. In particular, they talk about propriety estoppel and other situations where someone worked to their detriment in the context of an estate dispute. For these kinds of claims, you require solid corroboration. Next week, Ian and Suzana will address the differences between quantum meruit and proprietary estoppel.
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