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Ontario Court of Appeal finds order was interlocutory, reaffirming precedent

Monday, June 12, 2017 @ 9:25 AM | By Paula Kulig

The Ontario Court of Appeal has reaffirmed the leading precedent for determining whether an order is interlocutory or final, an issue faced by the courts that can be contentious.

In 2441472 Ontario Inc. v. Collicutt Energy Services 2017 ONCA 452, Justice Peter Lauwers, writing on behalf of Justices Russell Juriansz and C. William Hourigan, found against the numbered company (described as 244), which argued during an appeal of an order from a motion judge that the order was final.

The defendant, Collicutt Energy, raised the procedural...