What is the test for obtaining a grant of right of way for a pedestrian crossing?

Ontario, Canada


The following excerpt is from Leroux v. Casselman (Village), 2011 ONSC 4070 (CanLII):

The grant is in the widest possible terms. As a result, the right of way may be used for all purposes. (McLean v. City of St. Thomas (1892), 23 O.R. 114 (H.C.J.) p. 119)

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