In what circumstances will the BCSC review the applicable standard of review apply to a point of law arising in interlocutory proceedings?

British Columbia, Canada


The following excerpt is from Kaladjian v. Jose, 2012 BCSC 357 (CanLII):

In similar circumstances, in Cliff v. Dahl, 2010 BCSC 1998, N. Smith J. considered the applicable standard of review to be applied in some circumstances relating to a point of law arising in interlocutory proceedings.

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