Rule 68(33) deals with the use of experts. Absent leave of the court, a party may tender only one expert opinion, unless specific rebuttal evidence is required. However, that does not mean that a party is unable to recover the costs associated with retaining additional experts so long as those costs are found to be necessary, proper and reasonable: Raju v. Bui, 2008 BCSC 1230 at para. 16.
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