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Three Certainties


Milne Estate (Re) | 2018 ONSC 4174 | Ontario Superior Court


As with any trust, a valid will must satisfy the “three certainties”: certainty of intent to create the trust, certainty as to the subject-matter or property committed to the trust and certainty as to the objects of the trust or the purposes to which the property is to be applied.

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