Thursday, June 19, 2014

Lack of reasons a ground for appeal

Blundell v. Milmine, 2014 ONCA 480:

[26]       It will be apparent from the foregoing that the absence of reasons makes it not possible for this court to determine why the orders were made, whether they were correctly made and whether justice has been done.  As previously mentioned, due to the insufficiency of the record and the absence of the necessary findings of fact, the court is unable to decide the issues that were raised on the motion. 

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