What authorities have been cited by the respondent in a civil case?

British Columbia, Canada

The following excerpt is from C.A.L. v D.E.L., 2018 BCSC 772 (CanLII):

In addition to the authorities cited by the respondent’s counsel, I have considered the law as set out in S.M. v R.M., 2015 BCSC 1344, Morgadinho v. Morgadinho, 2014 BCSC 192, and J.R.E. v. 07XXXXX8 B.C. Ltd., 2013 BCSC 2038. Applicable to the circumstances of the case at bar is the court’s observation in S.M., at paras. 24-25:

Other Questions

What is the case law on the re-opening of a plaintiff’s case in a civil case? (British Columbia, Canada)
What is the effect of the Rules of Civil Procedure and Procedure of striking a jury in a civil case? (British Columbia, Canada)
How has the Respondent Respondent dealt with a default judgment in a personal injury case? (British Columbia, Canada)
Can a respondent respond to an application with a sur-reply responding to new issues raised in reply? (British Columbia, Canada)
What authorities can be used to determine if a person has a valid claim in a civil case? (British Columbia, Canada)
Does the Court of Appeal have any authority or authority to make disclosure of the risks of surgery in a medical malpractice case? (British Columbia, Canada)
In assessing the credibility of an author, is the author’s credibility of the author? (British Columbia, Canada)
What authority has been cited to and dealt with by a subsequent authority? (British Columbia, Canada)
In a Workers’s Compensation Appeal Tribunal case, is there any case law that supports the argument that there is no case law in favour of a claim under the Employment Benefits Act? (British Columbia, Canada)
What is the effect of the adjudicator's failure to consider cases cited but not provided by the respondent’s counsel? (British Columbia, Canada)

Alexi white

"The most advanced legal research software ever built."

Trusted by top litigators from across North America.