Can a tribunal order the payment of interest on a mortgage where the statute does not expressly authorize the order to do so?

Nova Scotia, Canada

The following excerpt is from Boyle v. Workers' Compensation Board (N.S.), 2004 NSCA 88 (CanLII):

Even when a statute does not expressly authorize an order for payment of interest, that power may be implicit if the statute authorizes a tribunal to issue a compensatory remedy: NSPSC v. NSGEU, 2004 NSCA 55, at paras. 30-32, 37-42 and cases there cited.

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