Kurniewicz v. MMI, (1974) 6 N.R. 225 (FCA)

JudgeJackett, C.J., Thurlow and Pratte, JJ.
CourtFederal Court of Appeal (Canada)
Case DateOctober 18, 1974
JurisdictionCanada (Federal)
Citations(1974), 6 N.R. 225 (FCA)

Kurniewicz v. MMI (1974), 6 N.R. 225 (FCA)

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Kurniewicz v. Minister of Manpower and Immigration

Indexed As: Kurniewicz v. Minister of Manpower and Immigration

Federal Court of Appeal

Jackett, C.J., Thurlow and Pratte, JJ.

October 18, 1974.

Summary:

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Practice - Topic 8871

Appeals - Leave to appeal - Application for leave to appeal, contents of - Federal Court of Appeal referred to the proper form and content of an application for leave to appeal to the Federal Court of Appeal pursuant to the Federal Court Rules - See paragraph 10.

Practice - Topic 8871

Appeals - Leave to appeal - Application for leave to appeal - Special reasons for directions by the Federal Court for an oral presentation of an application for leave to appeal - The Federal Court of Appeal referred to facts which might constitute special reasons - The Federal Court of Appeal stated that an allegation of error by the Immigration Appeal Board does not of itself constitute special reasons - See paragraph 7.

Statutes Noticed:

Federal Court Rules, rule 324, rule 1107(1) [fn. 1]; rule 1301(3) [fn. 2].

Counsel:

G.G. Goldstein, for the applicant;

N.D. Mullins, Q.C., for the respondent.

This application for leave to appeal was heard by the Federal Court of Appeal at Ottawa, Ontario. The judgment of the Federal Court of Appeal was delivered on October 18, 1974.

The judgment of the Federal Court of Appeal was delivered by PRATTE, J.

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