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Can an opposing party's prior quasi-criminal conviction(s) be pleaded to establish that party's civil liability?
In reference to specific persons in a Statement of Claim, what is the basis for an allegation of breach of public policy or abuse of process?
Is it permissible for a party to plead an opposing party's prior quasi-criminal conviction(s) to establish that party's civil liability?
Regarding specific persons in a statement of claim, what are the obligations of a plaintiff (here, an insurer) to keep health information confidential, and what remedies are available to persons whose private health information has been disclosed in pleadings?
What are some recent Ontario cases setting out or illustrating the general principles respecting pleadings? In particular, what is the test generally for striking a claim on the grounds that it is scandalous, frivolous or vexatious, or an abuse of process, or discloses no reasonable cause of action, or contains insufficient particulars, or may prejudice or unfairly delay a trial.?
What are the grounds for striking a pleading?
What are the grounds on which one may strike a pleading?
What is the test for striking a claim on the grounds that it is an abuse of process, vexatious or brought for an improper purpose?
What is the test on an application to strike a pleading under Rule 3.68(2)(b) (no reasonable claim or defence)?
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