In what circumstances will the Court consider whether a claim against a defendant be dismissed?

Saskatchewan, Canada


The following excerpt is from Canadian Acceptance Corporation v. Matte, 1957 CanLII 155 (SK CA):

In Ralli v. Compania Naviera Sota y Aznar [1920] 2 KB 287, 89 LJKB 999, at 1004, Warrington, L.J. says: “There remains to be considered [quotation continued].”

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