aboriginal law


  • Indian Act ‘paternalistic’ on will-making

    Indian Act ‘paternalistic’ on will-making

    Oct 23, 2017

    While most Canadians are free to dispose of property in a will, that right is circumscribed for those indigenous Canadians subject to the Indian Act who live on reserves. Lawyers say the impact of this can be problematic, but in some cases, it may actually prove more beneficial than being subject to a provincial regime.

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