What is the test for continuation of a trial where there is no reason to change the existing situation?

Nova Scotia, Canada


The following excerpt is from Keough v. Tran, 2010 NSSC 249 (CanLII):

In Marshall v. Marshall the Court of Appeal summarized this test and stated in paragraph 26: “...If there is no reason to change the existing situation, that situation should continue until the trial...

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