I begin with following observation of Madam Justice Southin in Le v. Milburn,  B.C.J. No. 2690 (S.C.), where she said at para. 2: When a litigant practises to deceive, whether by deliberate falsehood or gross exaggeration, the court has much difficulty in disentangling the truth from the web of deceit and exaggeration. If, in the course of the disentangling of the web, the court casts aside as untrue something that was indeed true, the litigant has only himself or herself to blame. In this case there has been some deliberate falsehood and some exaggeration.
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