In what circumstances will a final order be issued in a personal injury matter?

Manitoba, Canada

The following excerpt is from Hutchins v. Hutchins, 2008 MBQB 334 (CanLII):

[16] The decision of Gordon v. Goertz, supra, dealt with a variation of an existent order. That is not the circumstances in this case. The comments contained in the decision remain relevant to a case with no existing final order.

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