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Events after separation
Events after separation
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Can the conveyance between the husband and his new girlfriend be saved by s. 3 of Ontario's Fraudulent Conveyances Act on the basis that good and valuable consideration was provided for the conveyance?
Can the conveyance between the husband and his new girlfriend in this case be saved by s. 3 of Ontario's Fraudulent Conveyances Act, in the sense that the girlfriend lacked notice or knowledge of the husband's alleged fraudulent intent?
How have the courts approached applications for preservation of property under s. 12 of the Ontario Family Law Act in situations where the title to real property owned by a spouse has been transferred to a third party?
In what circumstances in a family law matter can a certificate of pending litigation be registered against real property owned by one spouse where the title thereto has been transferred to a third party? In particular, how have the courts approached the issue of whether an interest in land is “in question” in this type of situation?
In what circumstances may a court may infer fraud from the facts of a case?
What are the legal principles respecting preservation of assets in a family law context? That is, on what basis will a court make an order for preservation of assets, what needs to be established, etc.?
When does a transfer of assets/income during matrimonial proceedings constitute a fraudulent conveyance?
When would the court order a non-dissipation order pursuant to either s. 12 or s. 40 of the Family Law Act?
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