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L.S. v. M.S., 2019 NBCA 64
 The father appeals from a decision rendered under the Divorce Act, R.S.C. 1985, c. 3 (2nd Supp.), granting him access, which he considers far too limited, to the younger of his two daughters. For the purposes of this appeal, this access alone is in dispute. At the time of trial, the daughter was almost 11 years old. In these reasons, I refer to...
- Levine v. Zed, 2019 NBQB 186
- Levine c. Zed, 2019 NBBR 186
- Ogden v. Lowe, 2019 NBQB 184
Comeau v. Thomas, 2019 NBQB 187
 The Plaintiff, Christina Comeau, brings this motion pursuant to Rule 47.03 of the Rules of Court and Section 265.6 of the Insurance Act, R.S.N.B. 1973, C-12 (the “Act”), seeking an advance payment of special damages resulting from injuries that were allegedly sustained by the Plaintiff in a motor vehicle accident that occurred on January 16, 2011 (the “Accident”). The Defendant does not...
- C.M. v. G.M., 2019 NBQB 182
- R. v. Ryan, 2019 NBPC 11
- N.C. v. L. M.-C., 2019 NBQB 176
A.M. c. R.B., 2019 NBBR 170
 La présente décision formule une demande de la requérante, A.M., dans une motion où elle souhaite la modification des dispositions des ordonnances par consentement du 20 février 2012 et du 9 octobre 2013 rendues en matière de garde, d’accès et pension alimentaire pour enfants. Également, la requérante demande le droit de déménager avec les enfants à Grand-Sault, Nouveau-Brunswick,...
FCA Canada v. Roy and O’Donnell, 2019 NBQB 158
 The applicant, FCA Canada Inc. (FCA), brings this application to overturn an award by an arbitrator favourable to the respondents, Natasha Roy (Roy) and Patrick O’Donnell (O’Donnell). There is a Canada-wide program that can be utilized by either vehicle purchasers or the vehicle manufacturers to resolve disputes. The process is a binding one on both parties.
V.J.L. v. M.R.D., 2019 NBQB 178
 In the present matter, the Applicant filed a Support Variation Application (the Application) on July 6, 2016 in the province of Ontario. The Application was forwarded to the designated authority in the province of New Brunswick pursuant to the Interjurisdictional Support Orders Act, S.N.B. 2016, ch. 102, and the Respondent was served with this Application on September 22, 2016.
Richard c. Sa Majesté la Reine, 2019 NBBR 140
 Les faits de la présente affaire, s’ils ne sont pas contestés, obligent la Cour à examiner des sources jurisprudentielles contradictoires sur le sous-alinéa 258(1)c)(ii) du Code criminel du Canada, en sa version en vigueur lorsqu’ils sont survenus. L’article 258, toutefois, est désormais abrogé.
Collins v. Registrar of Motor Vehicles, 2019 NBQB 144
 On December 16, 2016, Benjamin Timothy Collins was convicted of driving while his license was suspended in violation of Section 345(1) of the Motor Vehicle Act, R.S.N.B. 1973 c. M-17 (the “Act”). He received a $600 fine which he immediately paid, in full. Mr. Collins was made aware that a driving conviction would likely carry with it a suspension of his driving privileges and as a...
Richard v. HMQ, 2019 NBQB 140
 The facts of this matter, while not in dispute, require the Court to deal with divergent legal authorities related to section 258(1)(c)(ii) of the Criminal Code of Canada in effect at the time of the incident. However, section 258 has now been repealed.
- Bari v. HMQ, 2019 NBQB 139
- Robson v. Canadian Union of Public Employees, Local 3339, 2019 NBCA 55
- Bari c. Sa Majesté la Reine, 2019 NBBR 139
- ROYAL BANK OF CANADA v. PETIT, 2019 NBQB 138
- OPTIMAL STRUCTURAL FORMWORK INC. v. HANNAN, 2019 NBQB 136
Her Majesty in Right of the Province of NB v. NB Council of Nursing Home Unions (CUPE) and NBANH, 2019 NBQB 135
 This is an application for judicial review pursuant to Rule 69.13(1) of the New Brunswick Rules of Court. The applicant, Her Majesty in Right of the Province of New Brunswick, as represented by the Attorney General for the Province of New Brunswick (hereinafter referred to as the “Province”) requests an order that the decision of Chairperson Robert D. Breen, Q.C., on behalf of the...
Sa Majesté la Reine du chef de la Province du N.-B. c. Conseil des Syndicats des foyers de soins du N.-B. (SCFP) et AFSNB, 2019 NBBR 135
 Il s’agit d’une requête en révision judiciaire présentée en vertu de la règle 69.13(1) des Règles de procédure du Nouveau-Brunswick. La requérante, Sa Majesté la Reine du chef de la Province du Nouveau‑Brunswick, représentée par le Procureur général de la Province du Nouveau-Brunswick (ci-après, la « Province »), sollicite une ordonnance prescrivant que la décision rendue le 7...
Atcan Industries v. Girouard and MLS Drywall Ltd., 2019 NBQB 132
 On October 16, 2018, I rendered a decision on an application brought forward by Atcan Industries Ltd. (Atcan) against Marc Louis Girouard (Girouard) and MLS Drywall Ltd. I will reproduce paragraphs 1 and 2 of that decision which has citation 2018 NBQB 180 (CanLII):
Trailer Wizards Ltd. v. Carry-Rite Haulers Inc., 2019 NBQB 133
 The Plaintiff, Trailer Wizards Ltd., is an extra-provincial corporation and the Defendant, Carry-Rite Haulers, is a provincial corporation. On December 30, 2013, the parties entered into a Confidential Credit Application and Agreement. Payment problems developed and the Plaintiff commenced an action against the Defendant. The Statement of Claim dated May 22, 2018 reads as follows:
- Wood v. Wawanesa et al., 2019 NBQB 125
Abrams v RTO Asset Management, 2019 NBQB 129
 There are two motions before the Court. Both the plaintiff, James Abrams (Abrams), and the defendant, RTO Asset Management (the Company), ask the Court to grant summary judgment in their favour.
- Matthews v. McIntyre, 2019 NBQB 127
- Blaine Dornan v. Betty Deassis and Raynald Chiasson, 2019 NBQB 128
Mockler v. New Brunswick et al., 2019 NBCA 50
 The appeal is dismissed. Reasons will follow.
- Clara Smith and Lloyd Smith v. John Smith, Beulah Smith and Caitlyn Dawn Wilson, 2019 NBQB 121
- Patricia Kettle v. Saint John Energy, 2019 NBQB 117