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Damage Assessments on Appeal

Damage Assessments on Appeal

“An appellate court will not interfere with a trial judge’s assessment of damages unless he or she erred in principle of law, misapprehended the evidence,

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Civil Conspiracy

Civil Conspiracy

Klaus v. Hamilton, 2015 BCSC 2386 involved a claimant who sued alleging he was a spouse of the deceased, for a variance of her will and for

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Adverse Inference

Adverse Inference

Bronson v Hewitt 2010 BCSC 169 reviewed the law of adverse inference, which probably is not utilized as much by counsel as they could. It

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Estoppel By Convention

Estoppel By Convention. The Supreme Court of Canada has set out the criteria as to what establishes estoppel by convention in Ryan v. Moore, 2005

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