Legal Wit — The Judicial Chorus

Legal Wit — The Judicial Chorus
If [the defendant] thinks he can wave away Meads v. Meads by a simple declaration that decision is just one judge's opinion or because it is obiter, then he is wrong. What was one opinion is now a judicial chorus. Not one court has sung a dissenting note. Anyone who makes claims like the "Strawman" clause and then says Meads v. Meads does not apply to them is going to face a very, very steep uphill battle in our Courts.

Crossroads-DMD Mortgage Investment Corp. v. Gauthier |
2015 CarswellAlta 2086 |
Alberta Court of Queen's Bench
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