In the recently released decision of Cavendish Farms Corporation v. Lethbridge (City), the Alberta Court of Appeal allowed an appeal from an application for judicial review and ordered a municipal assessment board to hold a new hearing because the reasons for decision it issued were “very sparse,” did “little to illuminate the reasoning process that led to the conclusion reached,” and “failed to reveal a rational chain of analysis” that led to the decision.
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 2022 ABCA, 312 (Cavendish Farms).
 Cavendish Farms at paras. 25 and 30.
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About Laurie Livingstone
Laurie Livingstone (She/Her/Hers) is a partner in the Litigation and Dispute Resolution group and practices in both Alberta and Ontario. Her practice focuses on administrative law, appellate advocacy, and complex commercial litigation.
About David P. Konkin
David is an associate in Dentons’ Litigation and Dispute Resolution practice group, focusing on all manner of business-related litigation including commercial and corporate disputes, regulatory appeals, fraud and anti-corruption/bribery. David also provides advice on litigation related aspects of large transactions.