Spoliation of Evidence

Spoliation of Evidence

Spoliation of evidence is the intentional destruction of relevant evidence when litigation exists or is pending. There are few cases on the issue in Canada but it does occur on occasion. In Holland ( Guardian ad litem) v Marshall 2008 BCCA 468 the appeal court… Read more

Re-Opening a Case For New Evidence

Re-Opening a Case For New Evidence

  B(K) v B(J) 2016 BCSC 1904 involved an application for reopening a case that had been decided and attempt to introduce new evidence as to the increased valuations of two properties. The over riding test is  it in the interests of justice to do… Read more