Whether investigation by counsel in the present case will lead to the necessity of a court inquiry into the evidence is an open matter. (See Topple v. Topple,  B.C.J. No. 2724 (B.C.S.C.), Rowles J.) So is the nature of the court's jurisdiction to conduct such an inquiry. If the investigative efforts of counsel indicate that there is nothing to go on which would warrant returning to court, I have suggested to counsel that they simply enter the final order and put an end to this matter. However, if the investigations in the view of counsel warrant returning to court for whatever decision may be necessary, I will be open to hearing counsel.
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