How have the courts in Wittenberg dealt with capacity, suspicious circumstances and undue influence?

Nova Scotia, Canada


The following excerpt is from Raczkowski-Filliter v. Raczkowski, 2022 NSSC 64 (CanLII):

Bryson, J.A. discussed the interplay between capacity, suspicious circumstances, and undue influence in Wittenberg. After citing the above passage of Vout v. Hay, he said (some citations omitted):

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