What is the standard of review for a motion of appeal against a finding of fact made by the trial judge?

Ontario, Canada


The following excerpt is from Children’s Aid Society of Toronto v. P.L., 2012 ONSC 2477 (CanLII):

Again, given that this ground of appeal relates to a finding of fact made by the trial judge, the standard of review is that of palpable and overriding error: Hausen v. Nickolaisen, supra.

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