Piikani Nation v Kostic, 2018 ABCA 358

JudgeThe Honourable Mr. Justice Jack Watson,The Honourable Madam Justice Michelle Crighton,The Honourable Madam Justice Ritu Khullar
Citation2018 ABCA 358
Docket Number1801-0081-AC
CourtCourt of Appeal (Alberta)
Date02 November 2018
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2 practice notes
  • Piikani Nation v McMullen, 2020 ABCA 183
    • Canada
    • Court of Appeal (Alberta)
    • May 4, 2020
    ...Nation v Kostic, 2018 ABCA 234; Piikani Nation v Kostic, 2018 ABCA 275; Piikani Nation v Kostic, 2018 ABCA 320; Piikani Nation v Kostic, 2018 ABCA 358; Kostic v CIBC Trust Corporation, 2018 ABCA 64; Kostic v CIBC Trust Corporation, 2018 ABCA 355; Kostic v CIBC Trust, 2019 ABCA 29; Kostic v ......
  • Dissanayake v Dissanayake, 2019 ABCA 370
    • Canada
    • Court of Appeal (Alberta)
    • October 7, 2019
    ...the two children. Ordinarily the word “shall” in an order is properly taken to have an imperative connotation: Piikani Nation v Kostic, 2018 ABCA 358 at para 8, [2018] AJ No 1278 (QL). But, in this instance, para 4 as worded was not identifying a cash flow otherwise payable by the appellant......
2 cases
  • Piikani Nation v McMullen, 2020 ABCA 183
    • Canada
    • Court of Appeal (Alberta)
    • May 4, 2020
    ...Nation v Kostic, 2018 ABCA 234; Piikani Nation v Kostic, 2018 ABCA 275; Piikani Nation v Kostic, 2018 ABCA 320; Piikani Nation v Kostic, 2018 ABCA 358; Kostic v CIBC Trust Corporation, 2018 ABCA 64; Kostic v CIBC Trust Corporation, 2018 ABCA 355; Kostic v CIBC Trust, 2019 ABCA 29; Kostic v ......
  • Dissanayake v Dissanayake, 2019 ABCA 370
    • Canada
    • Court of Appeal (Alberta)
    • October 7, 2019
    ...the two children. Ordinarily the word “shall” in an order is properly taken to have an imperative connotation: Piikani Nation v Kostic, 2018 ABCA 358 at para 8, [2018] AJ No 1278 (QL). But, in this instance, para 4 as worded was not identifying a cash flow otherwise payable by the appellant......

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