What is the test for establishing that a delay was incurred in good faith?

Ontario, Canada


The following excerpt is from Adusei v. Nurse Practitioners Association of Ontario, 2021 HRTO 954 (CanLII):

As noted in Miller v. Prudential Lifestyles Real Estate, 2009 HRTO 1241, to establish the delay was incurred in good faith, the applicant must show something more than simply an absence of bad faith.

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