Can a nesting order exist between unmarried spouses?

Ontario, Canada


The following excerpt is from Perks v Lazaris, 2016 ONSC 1356 (CanLII):

He argues that a nesting order cannot exist between unmarried spouses, or more specifically, in the absence of an order for exclusive possession. I adopt the reasoning in Greenough v. Greenough[1] that a nesting Order can exist, and reference other circumstances in which a non-titled common law spouse can continue to reside in a family home pending trial.

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