What is the relevant case law for an award of damages for loss of capacity?

British Columbia, Canada


The following excerpt is from Hart v. Hansma, 2014 BCSC 518 (CanLII):

However, the award is for the loss of capacity, which is a compensable asset and does not require proof the expenses will be incurred: O'Connell v. Yung, 2012 BCCA 57, at para. 67.

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