What factors are considered to be relevant in determining whether an application for reinstatement should be made after receipt of a deemed abandonment notice?

Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada


The following excerpt is from Warren v. Ultramar Canada Inc., 2005 NLCA 18 (CanLII):

As Wells C.J.N.L. observed in Law Society of Newfoundland v. Fahey: “By itself ... the filing of the notice of appeal does not establish the bona fides of the intention respecting the appeal” (para. 23). There is no other evidence which could be said to be directed to this factor. Timeliness of the application for reinstatement after receipt of notice of deemed abandonment

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