Does Adorable have the burden of proving its claim against Twin?

British Columbia, Canada


The following excerpt is from Adorable Enterprises Ltd. v. Twin Phoenix Building Maintenance Inc., 2021 BCCRT 517 (CanLII):

15. Twin says it already paid a portion of the amount claimed. While Adorable has the burden of proving its claims, I find that Twin has the burden to prove what payments it made. See Miller v. Hall, 2020 BCSC 461 at paragraph 50.

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