What is the substance of the petitioner’s argument in the Superior Court of Justice's consideration of allegations of bias?

British Columbia, Canada


The following excerpt is from Tepei v. ICBC, 2007 BCSC 1694 (CanLII):

As to the substance of the petitioner’s argument, the respondent relied on Weywakum Indian Band v. Canada, supra, for the proposition that an apprehension of bias must rest “on serious grounds in light of the strong presumption of judicial impartiality.”

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