It is for others to decide whether the substantial public resources that have been made available to enable this dispute to be adjudicated are proportionate to the rights and interests that were at stake.
We often hear of the "average" Canadian being driven out of the court system because of its prohibitive costs. Rarely do we consider the waste of judicial resources arising from dubious courtroom feuds among the well-heeled, who have little trouble affording the sport of unending litigation.
Should the public really be paying for this?
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Bernstein v. Poon 2015 ONSC 155 (CanLII) — 2015-01-19