When will a motion judge consider whether to grant access to a person with mobility issues on an interim or temporary basis?

Ontario, Canada

The following excerpt is from Dempsey v. Canning, 2022 ONSC 102 (CanLII):

In Consentino v. Cosentino, 2016 ONSC 5621, Pazaratz J. observed that motion judges considering mobility issues on an interim or temporary basis need to be mindful of both short term and long term dynamics, to ensure that the maximum contact principle is not undermined by the unilateral actions of either party. Onus:

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