What jurisdiction does the Court have to vary an entered judgment?

British Columbia, Canada


The following excerpt is from Ting v. Wong, 2015 BCSC 1808 (CanLII):

The jurisdiction of the court to vary an entered judgment is limited to two circumstances-where there has been a “slip” in drawing the order or where the order fails to express the manifest intention of the court. Buschau v. Rogers Communications Inc., 2004 BCCA 142,at paras. 26 and 27).

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