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Many of the rules in the Civil Code of Quebec governing liberalities were made for policy reasons. Once such example is a gift mortis causa, which is null unless made in a marriage or civil union contract or can be upheld as a legacy.

In Union des consommateurs v. Magasins Best Buy, 20018 QCCA 445, the Court of Appeal recently overturned a lower court judgment that had only partially certified a class action.