The court’s attention was also drawn to Wood v. Walsh, 2009 BCSC 569 [Wood]. In that case, the common-law relationship between the parties was somewhat longer than in this case. In Wood, one party remained in the house the parties purchased while the other party remained on the title and mortgage.
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