Legal Wit — Avert Your Nose

Legal Wit — Avert Your Nose

It is an elementary part of a Judge's training to be taught to consider pleas dispassionately and on their legal merits even where, as for instance, in some cases involving the repudiation of gaming debts, such consideration may involve applying his mind where he is tempted to avert his nostrils.

Spencer v. Continental Insurance Co. |
1945 CarswellBC 53 |
British Columbia Supreme Court
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