What are some cases where a court has considered a party’s contributions to the calculation of the parties’ respective financial contributions in dividing the proceeds of sale?

British Columbia, Canada

The following excerpt is from Zwiers v. Thompson, 2012 BCSC 1823 (CanLII):

Lastly, the claimant relies on the case of Virk v. Pannu, 2006 BCSC 921 at para. 21, for the proposition that a court may consider the parties’ respective financial contributions in dividing the proceeds of sale. The court stated:

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