C-25.01 - Code of Civil Procedure

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231. The purpose of expert evidence provided by a qualified expert in the area or matter concerned is to enlighten the court and assist it in assessing evidence.
To provide expert evidence is to give an expert opinion, taking into consideration the facts relating to the dispute, on particulars relating to a person’s personal integrity, status or capacity or adaptation to a given set of circumstances, or on factual or real evidence; to determine or audit accounts or other data; to give an expert opinion on the liquidation or partition of property; or to ascertain the state or situation of certain premises or things.
2014, c. 1, a. 231.