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In the recent case of Tanzer c. Spector, 2017 QCCA 1090, the Quebec Court of Appeal was called upon to decide whether, in the context of a will contestation based on lack of capacity and undue influence, it could lift the professional secrecy of a notary who was consulted by the testator about modifying his will, but who ultimately was not the notary that prepared the final will in question.

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]