When is a party entitled to production of documents from a third party?

British Columbia, Canada


The following excerpt is from J.A. Brink Investments Inc. v B.C.R. Properties Ltd., 2017 BCSC 1545 (CanLII):

In this regard, he relies on the decision of this court in Belitchev v. Grigorov, 1998 BCJ 1967, in which the chambers judge held that the Master was clearly wrong in requiring the defendant to exhaust other discovery methods before being entitled to production of documents from a non-party.

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