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In the recent case of Pagé v. Henley (Succession de), 2016 QCCA 964, the Quebec Court of Appeal addressed the admissibility of confidential medical evidence in the context of an action to set aside a notarial will.[1]

Fraud in the financial services industry has been prevalent in recent years in Quebec. Think Norbourg, Mount Real, Earl Jones…the not so illustrious list is a long one. And so is the line of investors queuing up to the Courts in the hopes of recouping at least some of their hard-earned savings, lost forever as one Ponzi scheme after the next seems to vapourize the nest eggs of unsuspecting investors.