What is the basis for a finding that a judge gave insufficient weight to relevant considerations?

British Columbia, Canada

The following excerpt is from Kong v. Kong, 2010 BCCA 298 (CanLII):

The appellants’ argument that insufficient weight was given by the judge to relevant considerations, relies upon Stubban v. Stubban, 2002 BCCA 398 at para. 13.

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