In assessing the reasonableness of a registrar's assessment, how has the registrar conducted her assessment?

British Columbia, Canada

The following excerpt is from Mide-Wilson v. Hungerford Tomyn Lawrenson and Nichols, 2013 BCSC 374 (CanLII):

In conducting her reasonableness assessment, the registrar followed Long, Millar and Mullins v. Sawchuk, 2002 BCSC 542 [Sawchuk] at paras. 52-56:

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