Accordingly, for those grounds of judicial review which relate to the DROs’ findings of fact, law, or mixed fact and law, the petitioner bears the onus of showing that those findings are patently unreasonable: Manz v. British Columbia (Workers’ Compensation Appeal Tribunal), 2009 BCCA 92.
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