What are the factors used in determining whether to accept a complaint from a party who has been waiting six months?

British Columbia, Canada


The following excerpt is from Norton v. Vancouver Coastal Health Authority and others, 2012 BCHRT 92 (CanLII):

The reason for, and the length of the delay are factors, which, among others may be considered in determining whether it is in the public interest to accept a complaint filed outside the six-month time limit: Earnshaw v. Lilydale Cooperative and UFCW, Local 1518, 2005 BCHRT 146; Fontaine v. Ainsworth Lumber, 2005 BCHRT 565.

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