Is an interlocutory order that directs how the declarations of right are to be worked out in the context of a final judgment?

Saskatchewan, Canada


The following excerpt is from Security Lumber Co. v. Leibrand, 1922 CanLII 113 (SK QB):

In this connection I wish to refer to Bid-key v. Latham, 43 Ch. D. 23, at p. 25, 38 W.R. 193, where Cotton, L.J. says: Any order, in my opinion, which does not deal with the final rights of the parties, but merely directs how the declarations of right already given in the final judgment are to be worked out is interlocutory, just as an order made before judgment is interlocutory where it gives no final decision on the matters in dispute, but merely directs how the parties are to proceed in order to obtain that final decision.

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