What is the test for establishing exclusive possession of a property on one or two grounds?

New Brunswick, Canada


The following excerpt is from J.M. v. L.M., 2013 NBQB 157 (CanLII):

The onus is on the party seeking exclusive possession to establish one or the other of the two grounds (Bard v. Bard [1991] N.B.J. No. 1009 at p. 4).

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