A trial judge's failure to mention a relevant factor does not always mean that the factor has not been considered. As stated at para. 15 of Van de Perre v. Edwards: "... an omission is only a material error if it gives rise to the reasoned belief that the trial judge must have forgotten, ignored or misconceived the evidence in a way that affected his conclusion."
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