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Old 09-24-2010, 08:54 PM
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Not quite...if ordered, you have to pay. The NCP should ask for receipt...If a standard non-specific clause, you can argue that a) you have not received a receipt of expense, and b) that expense is not extraordinary...depending on situation. A custodial parent must inform the other parent of intent to incur said expense (unless daycare, medical or dental) prior to starting it...allowing the NCP to disagree with it up front...

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Shouldn't it be written into the agreement that the receipts be provided in order for the other parent to pay their share? I assumed that was standard.
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It is not always...and has only begun to be...so any orders pre-2005 are ambiguous
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not all, but an awful lot
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She sent in to the lawyers some reciepts but she blocks out the location, time etc. so I don't know where it is, so in relaity since I don't see my son I don't even know if he attends or not.
Whose receipts do you think she'd be sending in? Seriously?
She could be sending in old receipts or duplicate receipts or otherwise falsified if she's blocking out info such as date/time/location. That sounds fishy to me. Try sending in recipts like that to CRA and see if they accept them. If the receipts are valid costs then what does she have to hide?
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She could be sending in old receipts or duplicate receipts or otherwise falsified if she's blocking out info such as date/time/location. That sounds fishy to me. Try sending in recipts like that to CRA and see if they accept them. If the receipts are valid costs then what does she have to hide?
We get the same from hubby's ex...and we are still required to pay...fishy or otherwise...her reason? "This person does not wish to be involved in our dispute" "The preschool does not want you contacting them" "It is none of your business where her soccer association is!"

All they show is child's name, year of activity (ie, Soccer 2010), and amount.

CRA, of course, gets the full version.
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And the courts allow that BS???
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lol...tough to argue each little thing interprovincially
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It is a slap on the wrist...
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That's insane that people get away with that nonsense. *ugh*
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We pick and choose our battles very carefully, and save the rest as evidence
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