Recent decision which denied a litigant’s request to stay a divorce order due to her being in contempt of a previous order.
Of course [the defendant] was entitled to change its organization as it saw fit and to terminate the plaintiff or anyone else, subject to the law requiring proper notice.
This post examines the general principles behind the interpretation of contracts, and an overview of the burden of proof for construction and interpretation.
Summary of a recent New Brunswick case in which a former same sex spouse attempted to contract out of child support obligations.
Aetna Financial Services Ltd. v. Feigelman |
1985 CarswellMan 379 |
Supreme Court of Canada
Both parties have declared victory, the appellant because he obtained a new hearing on sanction and the respondent because it was successful on eleven of the twelve points raised, including five allegations of professional misconduct.
Garwood v. Garwood Estate |
2013 CarswellMan 324 |
Manitoba Court of Queen's Bench
Having reviewed the relevant case law, and with great respect for all those who hold a contrary view, I am not at all satisfied that the Supreme Court of Canada has directly, or by necessary implication, overruled R.
Recent decision dealing with the powers of the trial readiness and case management judges in a parental alienation case.
Carter v. B.C. Federation of Foster Parents Assn. |
2005 CarswellBC 1854 |
British Columbia Court of Appeal
I confess to finding the situation rather surreal — one, indeed, that would have excited the admiration of Lewis Carroll.
Interesting case from BC Court of Appeal dealing with protection of Aboriginal religious rights under s 2(a) of the Charter.