Bramer v. Toronto Lawn Tennis Club 2017 Ont SCJ
Applicant brought an application for remedies relating to his membership in the respondent club. The Club moved to strike paragraphs in the affidavit on grounds that it contained argument, used information and belief for contested facts, and referenced material that was subject to privilege. The motions judge held that the general rule to allow the judge hearing the application to make those determinations applied in this case and dismissed the motion.
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