Is there any material change on the basis that the applicant has suffered a material change connected with his desire to retire?

Ontario, Canada


The following excerpt is from Hanna v. Bazuik, 2010 ONSC 4750 (CanLII):

As to the applicant's position that he has suffered a material change connected with his desire to retire, in my view this is not a proper basis for the applicant's request for an order terminating spousal support. The evidence is clear that the applicant has not retired nor has he even set a retirement date. In my view no material change has arisen relating to the applicant's possible retirement. Any consideration of this ground for the applicant's request at this time is speculative: Szczerbaniwicz v. Szczerbaniwicz 2010 CarswellBC 759.

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