A judicial error on a fact doesn’t create a right of appeal

Justice Warkentin, on a motion for leave to appeal a Master’s order setting aside a default judgment, noted that the Master’s factual error on a date was not enough to merit an appeal when the Master had properly considered the relevant factors on the motion before him.

Wine v. Karmiol et al., 2016 ONSC 3144

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