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Shen v Lou, 2023 BCSC 414

reasons for judgment

Our client was successful in having a Mareva injunction discharged. Under the Injunction, our client’s worldwide assets, up to $29,280,000, had been frozen.

The British Columbia Supreme Court set aside the Injunction due to material non-disclosure by the plaintiff in obtaining the original Order, and further held that the Injunction must be denied on a de novo reconsideration.  The Court ordered special costs in favour of our client due to the plaintiff’s reprehensible conduct, as well as an assessment of damages claimed by our client as a result of the improperly obtained Injunction.


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