Court Orders DNA Samples From Non Party to Court Action

  The Manitoba court decision of Nandwani v Nandwani 2011 CarswellMan 501, caught the attention of disinherited.com out here in BC. The case had to do with an application for Court ordered DNA samples. The deceased immigrated to Canada when his purported son was five months… Read more

Court Outlines Rules For Production of Documents Held By Third Parties

Rules For Production of Documents The decision Nikolic v. Olson 2011 BCSC 125 is a veritable chestnut of law relating to the principles of court ordered production of documents held by third parties, whether within or outside, the Province of British Columbia. The application for… Read more

Witnesses Testify at Trial By Video Conference

Witnesses may testify in court proceedings by video conference. Disinherited.com recently had clients living in Australia who had an estate dispute here in British Columbia. When it came time for the opposing counsel to ask the plaintiff’s pretrial questions under oath, such as in a… Read more

Six Year Limitation For Debt

Six Year Limitation For Debt Starts With the Acknowledgement of the Debt In Gabriel Estate v Ward 2011 Carswell BC 1042, the court dealt with the issue as to when the statutory limitation of 6 years for the collection of a debt commenced to run…. Read more