Does a plaintiff have to prove that they have obtained sufficient information to obtain the requisite identification?

British Columbia, Canada


The following excerpt is from Skingsley v. Insurance Corp. of B.C., 1995 CanLII 1071 (BC SC):

29 It is not a case where the plaintiff thought she had obtained sufficient information to obtain the requisite identification but found later she had erred when writing it down. [Smoluk v. I.C.B.C., [1993] B.C.D. Civ. 2841.1-02].

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