The claimant sought judicial review of the Tribunal’s decision that the limitation period barred the claim for NEBs, and the Tribunal’s decision not to extend the limitation period under section 7 of the LAT Act. The Court dismissed the matter, holding that judicial review was only warranted in rare circumstances. The claimant chose not to appeal the decision under the Insurance Act, which provides for a statutory appeal on points of law. In essence, the claimant was requesting that the Court reweigh the medical evidence regarding the claimant’s mental capacity to form an intention to dispute NEBs. The Court was not persuaded that the Tribunal acted in an unfair or prejudicial manner.