Is a commission of five per cent on all moneys received and expended and is it excessive?

Saskatchewan, Canada

The following excerpt is from Macdonald Estate, In re, 1928 CanLII 210 (SK QB):

In Thompson v. Freeman, 15 Gr. 384, it was decided that a commission of five per cent on all moneys received and expended, and half that amount on the moneys received but not expended, was excessive.

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