What is the difference between a plaintiff and a plaintiff who asserts that their engagement is at an end because of disability and resultant absence from work?

British Columbia, Canada


The following excerpt is from Wightman Estate v. 2774046 Canada Inc., 2006 BCCA 424 (CanLII):

White v. Woolworth Canada, supra, is an example of the first position. At ¶ 31 Marshall J.A. observed, “Having asserted that the engagement is at an end because of disability and resultant absence from work, what transpired afterwards would appear irrelevant to such a justification.”

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