In what circumstances will a plaintiff be able to sue her brother for sexual abuse?

British Columbia, Canada


The following excerpt is from Stewart v. McLean, 2010 BCSC 64 (CanLII):

In the present case, the plaintiff was well aware of the gravity of her allegations against her brother. In the previous litigation between the parties (Stewart v. McLean, 2003 ABQB 205, 49 E.T.R. (2d) 294), Belzil J. found:

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