If a plaintiff's homemaking/housekeeping capacity has been diminished, is that a separate compensation for that loss?

British Columbia, Canada


The following excerpt is from Slater v Gorden, 2017 BCSC 2265 (CanLII):

If a plaintiff’s homemaking/housekeeping capacity has been diminished, they are entitled to a separate compensation for that loss: Deglow v. Uffelman, 2001 BCCA 652 at paras. 24-26. I adopt the analysis of Dardi J. in X. v. Y. as follows:

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