Does Age-Less have the right to conduct an examination of a judgment creditor of a party to a subsequent action commenced by the judgment creditor?

Ontario, Canada


The following excerpt is from Zakhary v. Age-Less Dermal Therapy Inc., 2015 ONSC 3775 (CanLII):

Age-Less opposes the motion on the grounds that the right to an examination is discretionary and not a matter of right. (Chote v. Rowan et al., [1943] O.W.N. 237, para. 3). It argues further that an examination by a judgment creditor of a party to a subsequent action commenced by the judgment creditor covering the same ground is not permitted.

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