What is a plaintiff required to identify the other parties that are "highly unlikely to produce any result"?

British Columbia, Canada


The following excerpt is from Goncalves v. Doe, 2010 BCSC 1241 (CanLII):

The plaintiff is not required to take an action to identify the other parties that, while possible, is “highly unlikely” to produce any result: Liao v. Doe, 2005 BCSC 431, at para. 14.

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