Courts taking note of unreasonable positions (ON)

“Life would be much neater if all disputes could be terminated unilaterally,” wrote Justice F. L. Myers in the recent Couture v. TSCC No. 2187 decision.  What started as a relatively simple dispute with respect to the lease of a common element parking space quickly escalated, with “name-calling, hyperbole, failure to listen, taking extreme positions, wasting time, money and effort, and causing [the parties] and each other distress.”    Read the article…………


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