What is the test for a motion to quash an appeal under section 21(4) of the Judicature Act?

Prince Edward Island, Canada


The following excerpt is from Taha v Henry, 2019 PECA 16 (CanLII):

The respondent moves pursuant to s.21(4) of the Judicature Act to quash the appeal filed by the appellant. For substantially the same reasons contained in Taha v. Pamela J. Williams, 2019 PECA 15, issued on the same date, I would grant the respondent's motion with costs.

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