Is a desk order pronounced on February 28, 2011 a dismissal of a request for a custody order and a support order?

British Columbia, Canada

The following excerpt is from Nguyen v. Dhrolia, 2014 BCSC 483 (CanLII):

The desk order pronounced February 28, 2011 was not itself a custody order or a support order; rather, it was a dismissal of the request for a custody order and a support order: see Lambright v. Brown, 2003 BCCA 621 at para. 26:

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