Ontario Court of Appeal says multi-millionaire Ken Hill has right to assert constitutional claim in child support dispute

Ken Hill

By Lynda Powless Editor It’s been described as a “ramshackle defence”. Its been called a “moving target” that changed every time “success eluded him.” But last week Ontario’s highest court ruled’ Six Nations multi-millionaire Ken Hill has been granted leave to appeal his child support fight before another Superior Court judge. The Ontario Court of Appeal ruled Hill will be given a chance to launch a ”constitutional” challenge over who’s law rules, Haudenosaunee or Ontario Family law in his continuing child support fight. Hill is in a five year battle over paying child support to one of the mothers of one of his children. While the Ontario Court of Appeal ruled last week Hill,59, can seek leave to appeal before another Superior Court judge, he must continue paying his court…

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