What is the test for a motion of appeal in a personal injury case?

Ontario, Canada


The following excerpt is from Law Society of Ontario v. Bogue, 2019 ONLSTA 19 (CanLII):

The jurisprudence regarding this issue is not extensive. However, a general summary of the law was provided in Law Society of Upper Canada v. Amiri, which held that an appellant must show that one or more of his grounds of appeal raises some prospect of success in order to obtain this relief.[2]

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