What is the test for a vesting order?

Ontario, Canada


The following excerpt is from Cole v. Cole, 2014 ONSC 1404 (CanLII):

As the court stated in Lynch v. Segal,[16] for a vesting order to be granted, “…the court will need to be satisfied that the previous conduct of the person obliged to pay, and his or her reasonably anticipated future behaviour indicate that the payment order will not likely be complied with in the absence of more intrusive provisions.”

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