What are the remaining issues in the case of child maintenance and retroactive claims?

Nova Scotia, Canada

The following excerpt is from Wright v Nunn, 2017 NSSC 209 (CanLII):

With respect to the remaining issues, I will start by analyzing the prospective claim for child maintenance and then the retroactive claims: Staples v. Callender, 2010 NSCA 49.

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