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Opening comments:  More at the end.

    Bernice lost the case for the 2 acres that historical have been the core of the Roy Ivor Bird Sanctuary - we all lost.  Even thou the City bought the land in 1987, surely this battle drained her ever so deeply.

    The Roy Ivor - the Birdman of Mississauga & Bernice Inman-Emery - the Birdwoman of Mississauga Web-page.

Globe and Mail - May 21, 1982, Friday - pg.# 11

Legal notices, court proceedings, tenders and regulations report Courts

Before Montgomery, Smith and Potts JJ Re Bernice L. Inman, a.k.a. Bernice L. Emery v Hance Roy Ivor - Appeal by Bernice L. Inman on May 5, 1982, from the judgment pronounced by Judge Chester C. Misener on Jan. 30, 1980, and asks that the said judgment may be reversed and that judgment should be entered dismissing the application for first registration made by the respondent Hance Roy Ivor and his legal representative with costs; and a cross-appeal by Hance Roy Ivor contending that the said judgment should be varied so that costs of the hearing before the assistant deputy director of titles and the appeal to the County Court of the Judicial District of Peel should be granted the applicant (respondent).

W. Michael Temple QC and J. T. Pepall for the appellant. J. M. Simmons for the respondent and E. Goldberg for the intervenant, Attorney-General of Ontario.

Judgment having been reserved until May 19, 1982.

Judgment: For written reasons delivered, appeal dismissed with costs.

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