What is the test for making a gift legally binding?

British Columbia, Canada


The following excerpt is from Filsinger v. Popp, 2021 BCCRT 833 (CanLII):

18. To be legally binding a gift requires an intention to donate. The donor’s intention at the time of the transfer is the primary consideration. See McKendry v. McKendry, 2017 BCCA 48 at paragraph 31.

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