What is the test for bringing a claim for damages in a motion for wrongful dismissal?

Saskatchewan, Canada


The following excerpt is from Keslering v. Keslering, 1927 CanLII 166 (SK QB):

That it is open to the plaintiff to bring the present action, notwithstanding the dismissal of his former one, is clear from Butler v. Butler [1893] P. 185, 62 L.J.P. 105; [1894] P. 25, 63 L.J.P. 1.

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