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THE ADVOCATE V O L . 7 5 P A R T 3 M A Y 2 0 1 7 429 SCHEDULE B No.______________________ Registry __________________ In the Supreme Court of British Columbia Between Appellant and Respondent RESPONDENT’S STATEMENT OF ARGUMENT (Not to exceed 10 pages) STATEMENT OF FACTS: The respondent’s position with respect to the appellant’s statement of facts is as follows: (This section must set out in numbered paragraphs a clear statement of the respondent’s position with respect to the appellant’s statement of facts together with a clear statement of any other facts that the respondent considered to be relevant.) ISSUES ON APPEAL: The respondent’s position with respect to the appellant’s statement of issues on appeal is as follows: (This section must set out in numbered paragraphs a clear statement of in what respect the order or decision appealed from is in error.) STANDARD OF REVIEW (This section must set out the standard of review which the respondent says governs the appeal.) ARGUMENT: The respondent disagrees with the appellant’s argument because: (This section must set out in numbered paragraphs the respondent’s argument as to why the order sought by the appellant should not be made.) NATURE OF ORDER SOUGHT: (This section must set out the order the respondent wishes the court to make.) Date: ........dd/mmm/yyyy............... ..................................................... Signature of filing part(ies) or counsel .......type or print name.........................


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