How is an application under s. 27(1)(b) assessed?

British Columbia, Canada


The following excerpt is from Bravo v. HFBC Housing Foundation, 2013 BCHRT 19 (CanLII):

On an application under s. 27(1)(b), the allegations outlined on the face of the complaint are assessed without reference to the Respondent’s explanation or evidence: Bailey v. BC (Ministry of Attorney General) (No. 2), 2006 BCHRT 168, para. 12.

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