Nova Scotia (Attorney General) v. S&D Smith Central Supplies Limited, 2019 NSCA 22

JurisdictionNova Scotia
JudgeFichaud,Beveridge
Citation2019 NSCA 22
CourtCourt of Appeal of Nova Scotia (Canada)
Docket NumberCA 467211
Date26 March 2019
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5 practice notes
  • Partridge v. Nova Scotia (Attorney General),
    • Canada
    • Court of Appeal of Nova Scotia (Canada)
    • August 4, 2021
    ...32; Fadelle v. Nova Scotia College of Pharmacists, 2013 NSCA 26; Nova Scotia (Attorney General) v. S&D Smith Central Supplies Limited, 2019 NSCA 22; International Association of Fire Fighters, Local 268 v. Adekayode, 2016 NSCA 6; Antrim Truck Centre Ltd. v. Ontario (Transportation), 201......
  • Curry v. The Nova Scotia Board of Registration of Embalmers and Funeral Directors,
    • Canada
    • Supreme Court of Nova Scotia (Canada)
    • March 15, 2023
    ...v. Nova Scotia College of Pharmacists, 2013 NSCA 26, at para 16; Nova Scotia (Attorney General) v. S&D Smith Central Supplies Limited, 2019 NSCA 22, at para 44-45). It is an error of law to make a finding of fact which lacks an evidentiary foundation (International Association of Fire F......
  • Cape Breton (Regional Municipality) v. Nova Scotia (Attorney General), 2019 NSCA 77
    • Canada
    • Court of Appeal of Nova Scotia (Canada)
    • October 1, 2019
    ...of the evidence of one witness over that of another. See Nova Scotia (Attorney General) v. S&D Smith Central Supplies Limited, 2019 NSCA 22, paras. 44-47, and authorities there cited.  Standard of Review [24]        Next is the standard of review.......
  • Ontario Divisional Court Reminds Expropriated Owners: Evidence Is Key To Productive Use
    • Canada
    • Mondaq Canada
    • January 17, 2024
    ...Levin Holdings Inc. v Ministry of Transportation, 2023 ONSC 3284. 2. Nova Scotia (Attorney General) v. S&D Smith Central Supplies Limited, 2019 NSCA 22. 3. Jasper v. Ottawa (City), 2008 CarswellOnt 4028 Read the original article on GowlingWLG.com The content of this article is intended to p......
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3 cases
  • Partridge v. Nova Scotia (Attorney General),
    • Canada
    • Court of Appeal of Nova Scotia (Canada)
    • August 4, 2021
    ...32; Fadelle v. Nova Scotia College of Pharmacists, 2013 NSCA 26; Nova Scotia (Attorney General) v. S&D Smith Central Supplies Limited, 2019 NSCA 22; International Association of Fire Fighters, Local 268 v. Adekayode, 2016 NSCA 6; Antrim Truck Centre Ltd. v. Ontario (Transportation), 201......
  • Curry v. The Nova Scotia Board of Registration of Embalmers and Funeral Directors,
    • Canada
    • Supreme Court of Nova Scotia (Canada)
    • March 15, 2023
    ...v. Nova Scotia College of Pharmacists, 2013 NSCA 26, at para 16; Nova Scotia (Attorney General) v. S&D Smith Central Supplies Limited, 2019 NSCA 22, at para 44-45). It is an error of law to make a finding of fact which lacks an evidentiary foundation (International Association of Fire F......
  • Cape Breton (Regional Municipality) v. Nova Scotia (Attorney General), 2019 NSCA 77
    • Canada
    • Court of Appeal of Nova Scotia (Canada)
    • October 1, 2019
    ...of the evidence of one witness over that of another. See Nova Scotia (Attorney General) v. S&D Smith Central Supplies Limited, 2019 NSCA 22, paras. 44-47, and authorities there cited.  Standard of Review [24]        Next is the standard of review.......
2 firm's commentaries
  • Ontario Divisional Court Reminds Expropriated Owners: Evidence Is Key To Productive Use
    • Canada
    • Mondaq Canada
    • January 17, 2024
    ...Levin Holdings Inc. v Ministry of Transportation, 2023 ONSC 3284. 2. Nova Scotia (Attorney General) v. S&D Smith Central Supplies Limited, 2019 NSCA 22. 3. Jasper v. Ottawa (City), 2008 CarswellOnt 4028 Read the original article on GowlingWLG.com The content of this article is intended to p......
  • Expropriation Law: A Year In Review
    • Canada
    • Mondaq Canada
    • January 31, 2020
    ...proprietary in nature, not personal. An Expensive Shadow Period Nova Scotia (Attorney General) v. S&D Smith Central Supplies Limited, 2019 NSCA 22 The province of Nova Scotia sought to reconfigure a highway through land on which the applicant landowner operated a hardware business. In 1......

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