When will an application be dismissed because the applicant failed to disclose sufficient particulars about her financial situation?

Manitoba, Canada


The following excerpt is from McAuley v. Genaille, 2015 MBQB 53 (CanLII):

He went on to note the decision of Krindle J. in Lam v. Le Estate, [2002] M.J. No. 36, where “the application was dismissed simply because the applicant failed to disclose sufficient particulars to determine her financial need and her custodial uncle also failed to disclose his financial situation.”

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