Does subrule 18(14) of the Rules of Civil Procedure apply to an offer to settle?

Ontario, Canada


The following excerpt is from M.P. v. W.P., 2014 ONSC 6393 (CanLII):

Although offers to settle are result and not issue-oriented, where a party succeeds completely on one issue, even the central issue at trial, subrule 18(14) may not apply where that issue was intertwined with other issues on which that party had no success. Hall v. Sabri, [2011] O.J. No. 4850 (S.C.J.).

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