Can a successful party who has given a willfully dishonest evidence deny the denial of costs?

British Columbia, Canada


The following excerpt is from Gill v. Bassi, 2016 BCSC 754 (CanLII):

There is no doubt that costs can be denied to a successful party who has given willfully dishonest evidence: Cardwell et al v. Perthen et al, 2007 BCSC 366 at para. 13.

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