Can a dental college be a person aggrieved?

British Columbia, Canada


The following excerpt is from Allen v. College of Dental Surgeons of British Columbia, 2005 BCSC 842 (CanLII):

Drost J. referred to the passage quoted above from Attorney General of the Gambia v. N’Jie and concluded that the College may be a person aggrieved. However, he did not deal with the issue before me, namely, whether a member of the public who initiates a complaint may be a person aggrieved within the meaning of s. 55(1) of the Dentists Act.

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