Enforcing A Settlement Agreement Ontario
How the subdivision is to be formalized is not fundamental. The comparison does not require written documentation.  Olivieri v. Sherman, 2009 ONCA 772,  O.J. No. 6235, para. 41. Determines the test of what judges should take into account in the exercise of their discretion in rendering a judgment: (a) whether a unification agreement has actually been concluded and (b) whether the agreement is to be applied. These decisions show the extent to which the courts will apply and protect rules aimed at leading to a process of comparison. Although both decisions confirm that judges have some leeway to annul settlement agreements and depart from the presumption of costs in force, this discretion is very limited. . . .