What is the effect of an in-trust claim in a slip-and-fall case?

British Columbia, Canada


The following excerpt is from Dykeman v. Porohowski, 2007 BCSC 2016 (CanLII):

Mr. Justice Cohen considered a similar in-trust claim in Dufault v. Kathed Holdings Ltd. et al, 2007 BCSC 186, where the 35-year-old plaintiff fell in what is described as a slip-and-fall case and sustained a bad injury to her left knee and for some three months post-accident she required every kind of bedside service.

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