Recently Published Ottawa Decisions


Find below recently published Ottawa decisions, available for free through CanLII.org.

Family Matters

Yelle v Scorobruh (2016 ONSC 3300)
conference — child — father — urgent — parenting
Justice A. Doyle

The Children’s Aid Society of Ottawa v T.A (2016 ONSC 3190)
child — therapy — insight — baby — father
Justice R. Beaudoin

Wehbe v.Wehbe (2016 ONSC 3227)
costs — husband — wife — vesting — support
Justice A. Doyle

Kapteyn v Kapteyn (2016 ONSC 3097)
terminating event — scholarship — child support payable — motion to change — overpayment
Justice S. Corthorn

Civil Matters

Sproule v Tony Graham Lexus Toyota (2016 ONSC 2220)
holding companies — corporate — dealership — genuine issue requiring — common
Justice R. Maranger

University of Guelph Central Student Association, Canadian Federation of Students and Canadian Federation of Students-Ontario v University of Guelph (2016 ONSC 3189)
redactions — protected by solicitor-client privilege — precise basis for refusal — membership — settlement
Justice M. Labrosse

Hanna v Ontario (2016 ONSC 3035)
costs — claimed — amount — fraud — sought
Justice R. Beaudoin

Criminal Matters

R. v. Muller (2016 ONCJ 275)
reasonable suspicion — odour of alcohol — breath — passenger — grounds
Justice P. Doody

Divisional Court Decisions from Ottawa Judges

Wojcik v Pinpoint Properties Ltd. (2016 ONSC 3116)
finding of bad faith — articulate — former landlord — tenant — legal test
Justices E. Then, H. Sachs, B. Warkentin

Court of Appeal Decisions of Local Interest

R. v. McGuffie (2016 ONCA 365)
detention — police — cruiser — strip search — handgun
Justices D. Doherty, J. Simmons, and K. van Rensburg

Ottawa (City) v. Coliseum Inc. (2016 ONCA 363)
option to lease — alternative site — application — leave — arbitrator s interpretation
Justices J. MacPherson, K. van Rensburg, and B. Miller

Children’s Aid Society of Ottawa v. A.V. (2016 ONCA 361)
motions — children — withdraw — sole custody — supervised
Justices P. Rouleau, G. Pardu, and M. Benotto

Jacobs v. Ottawa (Police Service) (2016 ONCA 345)
standard of proof — balance of probabilities — convincing evidence — misconduct — disciplinary
Justices J. Laskin, C. W. Hourigan, and D. Brown

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