What is the case law on interim disbursements as well as rule 24(12) of the Family Law Rules?

Ontario, Canada


The following excerpt is from Munro v. Munro, 2005 CanLII 5475 (ON SC):

A consideration of the themes in the case law concerning interim disbursements as well as rule 24(12) of the Family Law Rules is set out in the decision of Rogers, J. in Stuart v. Stuart, supra, at paragraphs 7 to 14 inclusive.

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