In a widely reported decision, Laver v. Swrjeski, 2014 ONCA 294, the Ontario Court of Appeal set aside a decision of Superior Court Judge John McMunagle for apprehension of bias. The case involved an application that money advanced by the applicant to her daughter and her daughter’s common law husband for the purchase of a...
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