What is the scope of an agreement between the parties to settle the litigation prior to trial?

British Columbia, Canada


The following excerpt is from Ponder v Dodds, 2017 BCSC 995 (CanLII):

There is also the agreement between the parties to settle the litigation prior to trial. That is subject to reasonable costs to be agreed later. The plaintiff says that agreement cannot be interfered with by this court and authorities such as Sahota v. Sandulo, 2011 BCSC 87, are cited.

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