What is the Canadian Court of Justice's approach to credibility and reliability?

British Columbia, Canada


The following excerpt is from Kaboly-Zadeh v. Murchison, 2014 BCSC 1968 (CanLII):

I note at this stage, some of the principles that govern the court’s approach to credibility and reliability. The typical starting point in a credibility assessment is to presume truthfulness: Halteren v. Wilhelm, [1997] BCJ No. 1959, affirmed in 2000 BCCA 2.

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