AuthorJulien D. Payne/Marilyn A. Payne
ere is a danger in taking too much from a judgment by deriving broad general rules, tests,
or propositions from the resolution of a particular dispute. Reasons for judgment must be
read with a critical mind in l ight of the applicable legal and factual backgrounds: MacDonald
v MacDonald, [2002] BCJ No 121 (CA), citing Bell v Klein (No 3) (1954), 13 WWR 193 (BCCA).
is publication is distributed on the ba sis that the authors, copyright holder, and pub-
lisher are not engaged in rendering legal, accounting, or other professional advice. If legal
advice or other expert assistance i s required, the services of a competent professional should
be sought. e analysis contai ned herein should not be construed as being either ocial or
unocial policy of any governmental body.

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