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Removal of counsel from record for breach of the implied undertaking

In Chonn v. DCFS Canada Corp dba Mercedez-Benz Credit Canada, 2009 BCSC 1474 the court rejected the plaintiff’s application (see para. 57) to have defence counsel removed from the record because although the court found that there had been a breach of the implied undertaking, “[c]ounsel for the defendants acted cautiously, and for the most part, properly”: para. 58.
 
 
This book was written by Michael Dew, a Vancouver lawyer who practices civil litigation, including representing claimants in motor vehicle accident claims, persons who have been denied insurance coverage by insurance companies, and persons dealing with builders lien issues.