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A new discussion document released by the Law Commission of Ontario as part of its review of the Class Proceedings Act raises the potential of having a no-costs rule in Ontario. Should the province adopt a no-cost rule for class actions?
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Total Votes: 32
Poll Results
Yes, the traditional costs approach is inappropriate in the context of class actions
No, having costs follow the event should remain a bedrock principle for all matters
Start Voting: 1/13/2014|End Voting: 2/13/2014

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