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Dockets Not Necessarily Required for Costs

A recent judicial decision determined that a law firm’s dockets are not normally required to be produced in order for a court to fix costs under the Rules of Civil Procedure.

In Bhatt v William Beasley Enterprises Limited [2015 ONSC 4941 (CanLII)], Justice Faieta stated that the mere size of the amount of costs being claimed is not a sufficient reason to require a party to undertake the expense of preparing and vetting their dockets.

Peter Cho and Luke Hamer, both of Smitiuch Injury Law, represented the Bhatt family in this matter.

The decision can be read in its entirety by clicking on the link below.

http://www.canlii.org/en/on/onsc/doc/2015/2015onsc4941/2015onsc4941.html

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