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A recent judgment of the Quebec Superior Court from Mr. Justice Stephen Hamilton could have important consequences for how lawyers conduct initial meetings with potential clients.

Under art. 228 CCP, objections related to relevance made during an examination on discovery are supposed to be referred to the trial judge and that the witness must answer. This raises the question: what happens if opposing counsel is asking questions which are clearly irrelevant? Is there really no recourse?