Does an applicant have to respond to directions from the Human Rights Tribunal or have the application dismissed?

Ontario, Canada

The following excerpt is from Cooper v. OBQ Burgers Incorporated, 2019 HRTO 1293 (CanLII):

The Tribunal stated in Ouwroulis v. New Locomotion, 2009 HRTO 335 para. 7 that an applicant who does not respond to Tribunal directions risks having the application dismissed.

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