Summary

40713

Feng Wang v. Min Li

(Ontario) (Civil) (By Leave)

Keywords

Appeals — Judgments and orders — Court of Appeal quashing appeal of action brought as part of ongoing family law litigation alleging wife and counsel deceived court — Whether application for leave to appeal raises issues of national or public importance — Whether lower courts erred in their reasoning and decisions.

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As part of ongoing family law litigation, the applicant made several allegations against the respondent and her counsel. The respondent sought an order dismissing the motion on the grounds that the allegations were baseless, vindictive, and vexatious.

The motion judge issued an order in favour of the respondent, dismissing the motion and awarding costs on a full indemnity scale, in the sum of $24,353.24.

The motion for leave to appeal to the Divisional Court was dismissed. The Court of Appeal quashed the appeal.

Lower Court Rulings

August 11, 2022
Ontario Superior Court of Justice

2022 ONSC 4680, FS-17-421609
Motion dismissed except for preservation order regarding matrimonial home.
February 13, 2023
Ontario Superior Court of Justice

2023 ONSC 1051
Motion for leave to appeal dismissed.
February 23, 2023
Court of Appeal for Ontario

2023 ONCA 119, COA-22-CV-0081; M53870
Motion to quash appeal granted. Costs awarded to the respondent.