The mother did not refer me to any authority indicating that rule 15 (14) (b) or any of its predecessors extends beyond mere clerical errors or accidental slips or omissions in the preparation of the formal order of the court. The father relied on Clarke v. Clarke (2002), 32 R.F.L. (5th) 282 (>Ont. S.C.J. Fam. Ct.), pars. 31-32.
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