Is a child entitled to contribute to a section 7 expense?

Ontario, Canada


The following excerpt is from MacLean v. Taylor, 2014 ONCJ 449 (CanLII):

[34] The court has discretion to determine what contribution a child should make to a section 7 expense. In paragraph 42 of Lewi v. Lewi, supra, the court wrote:

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