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  • 11 If the court is not satisfied with the evidence of title produced in the first instance, it must give a reasonable opportunity of producing further evidence, or of removing defects in the evidence produced.

1979-220-11.

CASE LAW

For a discussion of the court’s obligation to grant time for a party to produce further evidence, see the annotation for Mowatt v. British Columbia (Attorney General), 2014 BCSC 988, 2014 BCSC 2219, reversed 2016 BCCA 113 (Chambers judgment restored Nelson (City) v. Mowatt, 2017 SCC 8), at “171 Adverse possession” in chapter 12 under s. 171 of the Land Title Act in this Manual.