How is apportioning liability between parties based on a degree of causation?

British Columbia, Canada


The following excerpt is from Zawadzki v. Calimoso, 2011 BCSC 45 (CanLII):

The apportionment of liability is thus assessed on the basis of fault and not with reference to degrees of causation. This was discussed by Mr. Justice Groves in Aberdeen v. Township of Langley, Zanatta, Cassels, 2007 BCSC 993, rev’d in part, Aberdeen v. Zanatta, 2008 BCCA 420:

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