Tri-Mac Holdings Inc. v. Ostrom, 2018 NSSC 177

JurisdictionNova Scotia
CourtSupreme Court of Nova Scotia (Canada)
JudgeHonourable Justice Ann E. Smith
Citation2018 NSSC 177
Date20 July 2018
Docket NumberHfx No. 430257
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4 practice notes
  • H&N Enterprise Inc. v. Novacation Inc., 2020 NSSC 303
    • Canada
    • Supreme Court of Nova Scotia (Canada)
    • October 23, 2020
    ...the relative risks of harm to the parties from granting or withholding interlocutory relief. [32] Tri-mac Holdings Inc. v. Olstrom, 2018 NSSC 177, dealt with an interim injunction application in an oppression action. I find the summary of the law as set out by the court to be helpful and Go......
  • MacDonald v. D’Aubin, 2019 NSSC 389
    • Canada
    • Supreme Court of Nova Scotia (Canada)
    • December 20, 2019
    ...pursuant to Section 116 of the Act; (n) an order requiring the trial of any issue. [103] In Tri-Mac Holdings Inc. v. Ostrom, 2018 NSSC 177, Justice Ann Smith observed that: 22. … once a court makes a finding of oppressive conduct, it must still determine the appropriate remedy. "In doing so......
  • Gershkovich et al. v. Sapozhnik et al., 2019 MBQB 115
    • Canada
    • Court of Queen's Bench of Manitoba (Canada)
    • July 19, 2019
    ...applicant had established a strong prima facie case.  [18]       In Tri-Mac Holdings Inc. v. Ostrom, 2018 NSSC 177, the Court echoed some of the above-referenced comments from Olszewski and Merks.  The applicants sought a variety of items of interim r......
  • Tri-Mac Holdings Inc. v. Ostrom, 2019 NSSC 44
    • Canada
    • Nova Scotia Supreme Court of Nova Scotia (Canada)
    • February 6, 2019
    ...relief in an oppression proceeding. That motion was dismissed for the reasons this Court set out in Tri-Mac Holdings Inc. v. Ostrom 2018 NSSC 177. The Defendants are seeking the costs of that motion, payable [2] The general rule is that costs follow the event. That rule is not absolute. The......
4 cases
  • MacDonald v. D’Aubin, 2019 NSSC 389
    • Canada
    • Supreme Court of Nova Scotia (Canada)
    • December 20, 2019
    ...pursuant to Section 116 of the Act; (n) an order requiring the trial of any issue. [103] In Tri-Mac Holdings Inc. v. Ostrom, 2018 NSSC 177, Justice Ann Smith observed that: 22. … once a court makes a finding of oppressive conduct, it must still determine the appropriate remedy. "In doing so......
  • Gershkovich et al. v. Sapozhnik et al., 2019 MBQB 115
    • Canada
    • Court of Queen's Bench of Manitoba (Canada)
    • July 19, 2019
    ...applicant had established a strong prima facie case.  [18]       In Tri-Mac Holdings Inc. v. Ostrom, 2018 NSSC 177, the Court echoed some of the above-referenced comments from Olszewski and Merks.  The applicants sought a variety of items of interim r......
  • H&N Enterprise Inc. v. Novacation Inc., 2020 NSSC 303
    • Canada
    • Supreme Court of Nova Scotia (Canada)
    • October 23, 2020
    ...the relative risks of harm to the parties from granting or withholding interlocutory relief. [32] Tri-mac Holdings Inc. v. Olstrom, 2018 NSSC 177, dealt with an interim injunction application in an oppression action. I find the summary of the law as set out by the court to be helpful and Go......
  • Tri-Mac Holdings Inc. v. Ostrom, 2019 NSSC 44
    • Canada
    • Nova Scotia Supreme Court of Nova Scotia (Canada)
    • February 6, 2019
    ...relief in an oppression proceeding. That motion was dismissed for the reasons this Court set out in Tri-Mac Holdings Inc. v. Ostrom 2018 NSSC 177. The Defendants are seeking the costs of that motion, payable [2] The general rule is that costs follow the event. That rule is not absolute. The......

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