What is the test for a loss of interdependent relationship?

British Columbia, Canada

The following excerpt is from Afonina v. Jansson, 2015 BCSC 10 (CanLII):

In order to prove a loss of an interdependent relationship, the plaintiff must show a real and substantial possibility that her ability to enter a permanent relationship has been impaired: Hodgins v. Street, 2009 BCSC 673 at paras. 140-142, 153.

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