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Record no. 1058
Case name: Caine v. Surrey (District)
Date: 1918-12-05
Jurisdiction: Canada - British Columbia
Court: Supreme Court
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Parties: Name   Appearing as
  Caine, George S.   Plaintiff
  Cotton, Arthur F.   Defendant
  Stevenson   Defendant
  Surrey (District)   Defendant
Before: Decision maker Title
Morrison, Aulay J.
Lawyers: Name   Appearing for
  Smith, Robert   Plaintiff
  McQuarrie, W.G.   Defendant
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Decision: Application by the Defendants for an order setting New Westminster as the venue for the trial of an action. The Plaintiff had commenced the action for an injunction to restrain construction by the District of Surrey of a road over the Plaintiff's property. The Plaintiff had proposed Vancouver as the location for trial. The court held that the preponderance of convenience and expense favoured New Westminster. The application was allowed.
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  [1919] EXLAW 2 B.C. S.C. 1919-03-10
  [1920] EXLAW 3 B.C. C.A. 1920-04-06
  [1920] EXLAW 4 S.C.C. 1920-11-02
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ExLaw citation: [1918] EXLAW 3
Parallel citations: [1918] B.C.J. No. 42
  (1918) 26 B.C.R. 338
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