What is the evidence to support a consent order?

British Columbia, Canada


The following excerpt is from B.J.T.1 v. B.J.T.2, 2001 BCSC 546 (CanLII):

The evidence tendered is insufficient to support the proposed consent order. It consists mainly in assertions made by Mr. B.J.T.1, the reliability of which cannot be tested. Thus, my judgment in Burns v. Vickers addresses the issues in this application.

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