Is there a situation where a significant premarital contribution to the acquisition of marital assets by one of the spouses was significant?

Nova Scotia, Canada


The following excerpt is from O'Neil v. O'Neil, 2005 NSSC 95 (CanLII):

Nor is it a situation as in Beer v. Beer [2001] N.S.J. No. 25 (N.S.T.D.) where there was a significant premarital contribution to the acquisition of marital assets by one party.

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