If a plaintiff fails to prove quantification of their loss by earnings or by capital asset, is that loss quantification quantified or quantified?

British Columbia, Canada


The following excerpt is from Williams v. Loverock, 2013 BCSC 153 (CanLII):

If the plaintiff discharges the burden of proof, then he or she may prove quantification of that loss by an earnings approach or by a capital asset approach: Perren at para. 32; Chang v. Feng, 2008 BCSC 49 at para. 76, 55 C.C.L.T. (3d) 203.

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