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Old 07-19-2017, 10:43 AM
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thank you OL.

the other (motioning) party scheduled as a short motion. and I found this:
Consolidated Practice Direction Concerning Family Cases in the Toronto Region | Superior Court of Justice

indicating that as long as the expectation is that everything takes less than an hour (motion and cross motion) then no additional scheduling should be needed. Most of the short motions I have been involved with run more than an hour, despite being scheduled as a short motion. My experience is that as long as the expectation of the motion and cross motion being completed within an hour is reasonable, their should be no risk of adjournment and costs.

sound reasonable ?

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