Can a supreme court in one province void a superior court order in another province.

Can the Supreme Court in one province (say the Yukon) void a superior court order from another province (Ontario) ?


Asked 3 months ago in Whitehorse, Yukon
Categories: Criminal Law  Zoning & Land Use  Constitutional Law  International  Administrative

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C. White

Answer by C. White

Not VerifiedOntario lawyer

Hi,The highest court is the Supreme Court of Canada, then the Courts of Appeal, then the lower level courts.  Supreme Court (of Canada) decisions are final and cannot be overridden by another Canadian Court.

Posted about 1 month ago

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