What are the principles of just cause in the context of a dispute between two parties?

British Columbia, Canada

The following excerpt is from Chapple v Big Bay Landing Ltd. (Inc. No. 0764163), 2018 BCSC 1666 (CanLII):

The principles of just cause are generally accepted (see, for example: Kirby v. Amalgamated Income Limited Partnership, 2009 BCSC 1044, at paras. 151-159).

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