What are the implications of a family law case law review of the applicable provisions and case law principles for costs in family law?

Ontario, Canada

The following excerpt is from Stephens v Stephens, 2016 ONSC 1393 (CanLII):

In a recent decision in Davis v. Fell, [2016] O.J. No. 749, Justice O’Connell undertook a comprehensive review of the applicable provisions and case law principles for costs in a family law proceeding. I agree with and adopt that review as applicable herein.

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