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Judge’s misapprehension over photo results in retrial in B.C. civil action

Friday, November 10, 2017 @ 11:07 AM | By Ian Burns

A lawyer for a woman who said she was not properly served in a case involving a derelict property said process servers need to be more diligent after a recent decision by the British Columbia Court of Appeal.

Courtney AuBuchon, Forward Law LLPThe appeal in Watt v. Kamloops (City) 2017 BCCA 379, released Oct. 25, stems from an order by the City of Kamloops requiring Lynda Watt to perform remediation work on a property she owned. In November 2013, the Kamloops City Council ordered remedial action...