What is a reasonable period of time for a party to accept an offer?

Ontario, Canada


The following excerpt is from A.T. v. M.H., 2020 ONCJ 293 (CanLII):

[26] Parties require a reasonable period of time to process and make an informed decision about whether to accept an offer. See: Oduwole v. Moses, 2016 ONCJ 653. What constitutes a reasonable period of time will depend on the complexity of the case.

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