Is there any case law where a father challenged both the quantum of income imputed to him and the appropriateness of the Table amount of child support?

Manitoba, Canada


The following excerpt is from Sharpe v. Sharpe, 2004 MBCA 26 (CanLII):

44 In this case, the father had challenged both the quantum of income imputed to him and the appropriateness of the Table amount of child support. As was the case in Francis v. Baker, the father called no evidence at the hearing. However, in my view, the evidence in its entirety was sufficient to raise a concern that the Table amount of child support determined on the income imputed to the father was inappropriate.

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