What is the test for granting an interim restraining order on the basis that there would be no harm in granting the order?

Ontario, Canada


The following excerpt is from Ellens v. Ellens, 2022 ONSC 1803 (CanLII):

It is not sufficient to grant such an order on the basis that there would be no harm in granting the order (See: Edwards v. Tronick-Wehring 2004 ONCJ 309).

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