This court held in Fraser v. Drew, 1900 CanLII 82 (SCC), 30 S.C.R. 241, that where a case has been properly submitted to a jury and their findings upon the facts are such as might be the conclusions of reasonable men, a new trial will not be granted on the ground that the jury misapprehended or misunderstood the evidence, notwithstanding that the trial judge was dissatisfied with the verdict.
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