Is a plaintiff's notice of civil claim arising out of an allegation of fraud and forgery arising from August 2015?

British Columbia, Canada


The following excerpt is from Wang v Grace Canada Inc., 2017 BCSC 1932 (CanLII):

The allegations of fraud and forgery he has raised in his notice of civil claim arose in August of 2015. The plaintiff’s claim is an abuse of process: McGregor v. Holyrood Manor, 2014 BCSC 679, at paras. 150–152.

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