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Orders - Final v Interlocutory

Kent v. Chin and Orr Lawyers (Ont CA, 2017)

In this case the Court of Appeal succinctly states the court's current position on the distinction between final and interlocutory orders, as it conditions the appeal route to be taken:
The order under the appeal does not finally determine any issue in this proceeding. It is therefore interlocutory. Jurisdiction lies with the Divisional Court. Hendrickson v. Kallio, 1932 CanLII 123 (ON CA), [1932] O.J. No. 380 (C.A.).

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