Canadian Court means the Ontario Superior Court of Justice (Commercial List), or such other Canadian court having jurisdiction over the Canadian Proceedings or any proceeding within, or appeal of an order entered in, the Canadian Proceedings.
Examples of Canadian Court in a sentence
The U.S. Escrow Release Order shall have been entered by the Bankruptcy Court and the Canadian Escrow Release Order shall have been entered by the Canadian Court.
Allocation Decisions means the separate decisions issued by the CCAA Courtand the Bankruptcy Court on or about May 12, 2015 and July 6, 2015 regarding the Allocation Dispute, which remain subject to appeal in both jurisdictions.Allocation Dispute means certain litigation before the Canadian Court and the Bankruptcy Court in which the allocation of the Sale Proceeds is at issue.
No decision of any Canadian Court, including the Supreme Court of Canada, is binding on the Crown Court of Canada.
More Definitions of Canadian Court
Canadian Court means the Ontario Superior Court of Justice, Ontario Court of Appeal or the Supreme Court of Canada.
Canadian Court means any and all of the CCAA Court, the Ontario Court of Appeal, the Supreme Court of Canada or any other court of competent jurisdiction overseeing the Canadian Proceedings (including any appeals) from time to time.
Canadian Court means the Ontario Superior Court of Justice or any other court having jurisdiction over the Canadian Cases.
Canadian Court means the Court of Queen’s Bench of Alberta in the Judicial Centre of Calgary located in Calgary, Alberta, Canada conducting foreign recognition proceedings of the Chapter 11 Cases of BJ Services, LLC and BJ Services Holdings Canada, ULC.