What is the test for determining whether a party has contributed to the outcome of a civil case?

Nova Scotia, Canada


The following excerpt is from Annand v Annand, 2022 NSSC 70 (CanLII):

Courts are instructed to examine all the circumstances, and not to simply weigh the respective material contributions of the parties, except in unusual circumstances: Young v. Young, supra, paras 15 and 19. My Decision

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