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Ordon Estate v. Grail

Ordon Estate v. Grail

[1998] 3 S.C.R. 437; This appeal to the Supreme Court arose from a special case before the Ontario Court of Appeal. At issue was the jurisdiction of the Ontario court to adjudicate four negligence claims arising from two fatal boating accidents, and the jurisdiction of the Federal Court with respect to admiralty law. The Supreme Court concluded that the Ontario Court (General Division) shares concurrent jurisdiction with the Federal Court (Trial Division) over maritime fatal accident claims.