How have the courts set the procedural steps and filing deadlines arising from a Motion for Directions hearing?

Nova Scotia, Canada


The following excerpt is from Roué v. Nova Scotia, 2013 NSSC 102 (CanLII):

My earlier decision Roué v. AGNS, 2013 NSSC 45, sets out the background to this decision, which deals with the setting of procedural steps and filing deadlines arising from a March 5, 2013 Motion for Directions hearing.

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