Recently Published Ottawa Decisions


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

Family Matters

O’Connor v. Merlo (2020 ONSC 2531)
access — child support — parenting time — income — texts
Justice D. Summers

Burke v. Bouzane (2020 ONSC 3739)
school — costs — father — children — offer to settle
Justice A. Doyle

Stewart & Bernard v. Fuhgeh et al. (2020 ONSC 3789)
affidavit — conference — motion — set aside — orders
Justice M. Shelston

CAS v. S.K. et al (2020 ONSC 3689)
mental health — chronic delusional disorder — child — evidence — support network
Justice M. Smith

CAS v. A.H. and J.P. (2020 ONSC 3449)
child — care — alcohol — domestic violence — maternal aunt
Justice D. Summers

Madi v. King (2020 ONSC 3611)
motion — parenting — adjournment request — daughter — child
Justice R. Ryan Bell

Children’s Aid Society of Ottawa v. M.L and J.G. (2020 ONSC 3567)
witness — dob — will — email — documents
Justice J. Audet

Civil Matters

Ahmed v. Mohammed (2020 ONSC 3795)
litigation guardian — dispensing with the requirement — motion record — served — minor
Justice S. Corthorn

Desgranges v. McCluskey (2020 ONSC 3754)
eviction — landlord — tenant — pandemic — moratorium
Justice H. Williams

2109563 Ontario Inc. v. Bancroft Family Health Team (2020 ONSC 3733)
persuading — motion — costs endorsement — complexity — summary
Justice A. London-Weinstein

The JSL Trust v. Razor Logic Systems Inc. (2020 ONSC 3603)
shareholder — oppression remedy — bonuses — corporation — affiliates
Justice M. Labrosse

Freedman v. Freedman Holdings Inc. (2020 ONSC 2692)
arbitration — set aside — laches — interest — awards
Justice P. Kane

Criminal Matters

R. v. M.M. (2020 CanLII 38590)
surety — fentanyl — apartment — addiction — bracelet
Justice A. London-Weinstein

Court of Appeal Decisions of Local Interest

Van Delst v. Hronowsky (2020 ONCA 402)
equalization payment — costs — recalculated — succeeding — all-inclusive
Justices P. Rouleau, C. W. Hourigan, and L. Roberts

R. v. Talbi (2020 ONCA 388)
global sentence — imprisonment — possession — loaded restricted firearm — consecutive
Justices A. Hoy, J. MacPherson, and M. Tulloch

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