In Kreutziger v. Kreutziger,  89 A.C.W.S. (3d) 597 (B.C.S.C.) [Kreutziger], two brothers inherited shares in a company from their mother. The company owned a dairy farm. The respondent commenced proceedings to wind up the company and to vary the mother’s will. The applicant agreed to purchase his brother's shares for a certain price, subject to final adjustment on arbitration. After payment of a deposit, the balance of the purchase price was secured by two mortgages.
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