BC Supreme Court awards costs against estate executors
(case digest)

In Doucette v. Doucette Estate, 2008 BCSC 506, the court finds that the executors went beyond a neutral role in opposing a wills variation action. As they acted as beneficiaries rather than executors, the court orders that they bear the costs of contesting the action personally, without reimbursement from the estate.

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