What are some cases where a motion to move was not permitted by the courts?

Ontario, Canada


The following excerpt is from Libbus v. Libbus, 2008 CanLII 53970 (ON SC):

[105] Bill’s counsel relies on a number of cases where a move was not permitted by the courts. See Gibb v. Ottaway;[16] Rotzetter v. Rotzetter;[17] McMurray v. Gerow;[18] and Pike v. Cook.[19]

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