In B.C., an award for occupational rent is ordinarily made when one party has been ousted from the property, or when the occupying party seeks a contribution for property expenses from the ousted party. Such an adjustment is not necessarily required, however, and will be governed by what is equitable in the circumstances: Dawson v. Dawson, 2012 BCCA 410, at para. 52.
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