Death and Taxes in Canada

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  1. In what cases may a _____ make a will in Canada?
    a. miner
    b. minor
    c. meiner
  2. If a _____ is a member of the Canadian Armed forces on active duty, a sailor at sea or married, he or she may make a will.
    a. miner
    b. minor
    c. meiner
  3. In Canada, if a person dies and has no will, what happens to _____ estate?
    a. a
    b. an
    c. the
  4. In most cases, the spouse and dependents get everything that is left, including _____ items after taxes are paid. If there is no family or relatives, the government gets it.
    a. personal
    b. personnel
  5. What happens if someone _____ and there are two wills?
    a. dies
    b. dyes
    c. dais
  6. Both wills are _____ as long as they do not contradict each other. If there is some dispute, the most recent one is _____.
    a. ballad
    b. valid
    c. ballot
  7. A wife may not act _____ a witness for her husband's will in which province?
    a. for
    b. in
    c. as
  8. In which provinces in Canada is it possible to _____ a will that leaves your family in poverty?
    a. rite
    b. right
    c. write
  9. In Quebec, Prince Edward Island and Newfoundland _____ possible to cut the family out of a will. In all of the other provinces a minimal amount or percentage of the estate must be left to family members, by law.
    a. it's
    b. its
  10. If you die without a will in Alberta and have no surviving relatives, what happens to _____ estate?
    a. you're
    b. yore
    c. your
  11. _____ in other provinces the government takes the assets, in Alberta, the University of Alberta becomes the beneficiary.
    a. Whereas
    b. Since
    c. However

Copyright (C) 1997 by Donna Tatsuki (tatsuki@kobeuc.ac.jp)
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