What is the effect of memory loss in the context of an applicant's memory loss?

Manitoba, Canada

The following excerpt is from Cosford v. Bass, 2005 MBQB 200 (CanLII):

The respondent argued that given the applicant’s faulty memory, the case is similar to Stevenson v. Singh, [1999] M.J. No. 271 where Jewers J. found as follows:

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