Does the Supreme Court have any authority or authority to review the quantum of an award under the SSAG?

British Columbia, Canada

The following excerpt is from Schwab v. Schwab, 2007 BCSC 1217 (CanLII):

Furthermore, in Redpath v. Redpath, 2006 BCCA 338, Newbury J.A. observed at ¶42 that, while using the SSAG is not mandatory as a matter of law, if the quantum of the award was substantially outside the range provided for by the Guidelines it could, in the absence of some explanation for the difference, constitute an error of law reversible on appeal: ...Now that they [Advisory Guidelines] are available to provide what is effectively a "range" within which the awards in most cases of this kind should fall, it may be that if a particular award is substantially lower or higher than the range and there are no exceptional circumstances to explain the anomaly, the standard of review should be reformulated to permit appellate intervention...

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