What factors will the registrar use to determine a fair fee?

British Columbia, Canada


The following excerpt is from Mulder Estate (Re), 2022 BCSC 406 (CanLII):

While the registrar is to consider all the s. 71(4) factors there is no requirement to arrive at a fair fee with mathematical precision. The registrar may arrive at a fair fee through a global assessment of the value of the services provided. In Hutchison v. Victoria Golf Course, 2009 BCSC 644, at paragraphs [79] through [84] the court states:

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