What is the impact of Rule 37B of the BC Rules of Civil Procedure and Procedure on Rule 37 B of the Rules of Procedure?

British Columbia, Canada


The following excerpt is from Parwani v. Sekhon, 2010 BCSC 540 (CanLII):

This policy has been carried forward into Rule 37B; see Dodge v. Shaw Cablesystems Ltd., 2009 BCSC 1765, albeit within the ambit of the exercise of judicial discretion.

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