Recently Published Ottawa Decisions


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

Family Matters

CAS Ottawa v S.H. & M.B. (2017 ONSC 3906)
child — evidence — kin — access — motion
Justice C. MacLeod

Perry v Perry (2017 ONSC 3836)
reconstituted — estate — releasing — unavailable — concerning
Justice T. Ray

Giron v Giron (2017 ONSC 3712)
ceremony — access visits — child — marriage — counselling
Justice S. Corthorn

Syed v Syed (2017 ONSC 3739)
bad faith — costs — disclosure — successful — income
Justice A. Doyle

Civil Matters

Farah v EODC Inc. (2017 ONSC 3948)
termination — employment — notice — contract — common-law presumption
Justice S. Kershman

Nemchin v Green (2017 ONSC 3907)
rate — cent — post-judgment interest — pre-judgment interest — non-pecuniary
Justice S. Corthorn

Millerson Group Inc. v Huntington Properties Ottawa Inc. (2017 ONSC 3794)
full indemnity — offer — misrepresentation — cost — fraud
Justice L. Sheard

Besner-Vered (1980) Limited v 561028 Ontario Limited (2017 ONSC 3684)
will be struck — pleading — material facts — evidence — contamination
Justice R. Ryan Bell

Almalki v Canada (A.G.) (2017 ONSC 3750)
suspected terrorists — search warrants — passport — investigation — citizen
Justice R. Smith

Criminal Matters

R. v R.T. (2017 ONSC 3800)
pre-sentence report — sentence — sexual assault — incidents
Justice C. Hackland

R. v Ahmed (2017 ONSC 3491)
offender — sexual — determinate sentence — long-term supervision — treatment
Justice L. Ratsuhny

R. v. Potvin (2017 ONCJ 429)
sentencing — fentanyl — offenders — told the report writer — addiction
Justice P. Doody

Court of Appeal Decisions of Local Interest

Salewski v. Lalonde (2017 ONCA 515)
motion — bankrupts — usurious interest — unjust enrichment — limitation period
Justices J. Simmons, P. Rouleau, and L. Roberts

Mroue v. Mroue (2017 ONCA 517)
arbitrator — unambiguously — open — deriving — invocation
Justices J. MacPherson, R. Blair, and J. MacFarland

Bruff-Murphy v. Gunawardena (2017 ONCA 502)
expert — cost-benefit analysis — testimony — evidence — jury
Justices P. Lauwers, C. W. Hourigan, and M. Benotto

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