What is the preferable procedure analysis for two causes of action?

Ontario, Canada


The following excerpt is from Shah v LG Chem, Ltd., 2015 ONSC 6148 (CanLII):

Emerging from the above analysis of the facts and law, the discussion of the preferable procedure criterion can be narrowed to a preferable procedure analysis for two causes of action; namely: (1) the statutory cause of action; and (2) the predominant purpose conspiracy. As explained above, the other causes of action are precluded by the principle from Orpen v. Roberts.

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