How have the courts interpreted the issue of continuing need in the context of the definition of “continence need” and “economic hardship or loss”?

Manitoba, Canada

The following excerpt is from Savoie v. Savoie, 1999 CanLII 5076 (MB CA):

21 Another way of looking at the issue of continuing need is to address the point more directly by asking – What is meant by “need” or “economic hardship [or loss]” as those words are used in Moge v. Moge and the numerous cases that have followed?

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