This case involved a charge against a First Nations defendant of offering to sell fish that was not caught under the authority of a fishing licence. At the commencement of the trial, the defence made an application for a judicial stay on the grounds that, “[t]hese delays have caused our clients, one of whom is an elder, considerable expense both …Full Summary
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This was an application by the Plaintiff freight forwarder to recover the amount of its invoice to the Defendant, its customer. The Defendant claimed a set-off and counter-claim for delay in delivering its goods. The Court held that the delay was due to a downsizing of the aircraft by Air Canada and was not the result of any negligence on …Full Summary
This case concerned a shipment of lumber carried from Canada to Saudi Arabia, some of which was loaded on deck and some of which under deck. During the voyage the vessel suffered engine failure and had to be towed to Piraeus, Greece for repairs. The shipment was insured under an open cargo policy. The assured was concerned about the possibility …Full Summary