Thursday, April 4, 2013

Agreeing to a summary judgment

It is becoming common in civil matters for parties to agree a case is fit for summary judgment. In effect the parties agree to a modified stated case. The Court of Appeal accepts this - an example is Ivandic v. Bank of Nova Scotia, 2013 ONCA 214 where the Court notes:

[1] The parties agree that this case was an appropriate one for summary judgment


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