Because the appellants have characterized the issue as whether the Master could nullify the Jury Notices after they had been properly filed, they state that his decision raises a question of jurisdiction. Therefore, they say that the standard of review concerns a question of law and must therefore be, correctness: Lewis v. Fry, 2007 B.C.L.R. (4th) 127.
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