What is the current state of the law in relation to the effect of separation on the determination of the continuity of a relationship?

British Columbia, Canada


The following excerpt is from James v. Gillis, 2011 BCSC 826 (CanLII):

The law with regard to the effect of separations on the determination of the continuity of a relationship is set out in Kirk v. Hackl, 2006 SKQB 526 at paras. 29-30:

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