HAYDEN v HAYDEN, 2020 ABCA 37
14.5: Appeals only with permission
The Applicant in this case sought permission to appeal from the Decision of a single Appeal Judge to a panel of three judges, pursuant to Rule 14.5.
Rowbotham J.A. determined that the Applicant did not meet the test for permission to appeal from the decision of a single Judge; specifically, the Applicant failed to establish (a) a serious question of general importance; (b) a possible error of law; (c) an unreasonable exercise of discretion; or (d) a misapprehension of important facts.
Rowbotham J.A. confirmed that the Application did not merit the scrutiny of three Appeal Judges and dismissed the Application to for permission to Appeal.View CanLII Details