John Parr Telfer - bad faith

By Abrams, J
Ontario Superior Court
Aug 17, 2012

Per Mr. Justice Abrams: Mr. Telfer, visited with him [the Plaintiff Mr. Kerr]  at his home and gave him advice about what he could do to resolve the situation. In the circumstances, Mr. Kerr believed that Mr. Telfer was acting as his solicitor. Accordingly, Mr. Kerr contends that this conduct constitutes bad faith. Notably, in the material before the Court, Mr. Kerr’s contention regarding Mr. Telfer’s attendance at his home, in the circumstances described, stands alone, uncontested. Kerr v. Kerr, 2012 ONSC 4815