The first factor is whether there has been “inordinate delay”. Inordinate delay means a lengthy delay that exceeds the normal timeframe for litigation of a similar type or nature, subject to the particular facts of the litigation in question. A relatively short delay in some cases may be inordinate while a very lengthy delay in other cases may not be: Wright v. Yen, 2013 BCSC 753 [“Wright”] at para. 26.
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