brought by Marjolein in an attempt to undo arrangements
Theadora had made in order to ensure that no part of the
Flos Road property would pass to her. Marjolein’s submissions
were rejected comprehensively by the application judge and
her application was dismissed. We see no public policy considerations that warrant relieving her of the responsibility to
pay costs normally borne by the losing party: see McDougald
Estate v. Gooderham,  O.J. No. 2432, 255 D.L.R. (4th)
 As to the quantum, the application judge considered the
fairness, reasonableness and proportionality of the costs in all
the circumstances. As the application judge noted, the parties’
cost outlines were within $1,000 of each other, with counsel for
Marjolein seeking the slightly higher amount. In all of these
circumstances, we would not interfere with the exercise of the
application judge’s discretion.
 The appeal is dismissed.
 The respondent is entitled to her costs on the appeal,
fixed in the amount of $9,000, inclusive of taxes and disbursements.
 Leave to appeal the costs awarded on the application is
granted, but the appeal is dismissed.