What is the standard of review for a decision under the Motor Vehicles Act?

British Columbia, Canada


The following excerpt is from Kraft v. Superintendent of Motor Vehicles et al., 2003 BCSC 1793 (CanLII):

The standard of review to be applied on judicial review of a decision made by an adjudicator under the Motor Vehicles Act, is the “patently unreasonable” standard: see Gordon v. British Columbia, 2002 BCCA 224, 100 B.C.L.R. (3d) 35 at ¶ 28.

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