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Not So Fast: Simply Issuing A New Claim, Rather Than Amending An Existing Claim To Add A New Defendant, May Be An Abuse Of Process
On December 8, 2012, the plaintiff was involved in a serious motor vehicle accident on Valley Farm Road in the City of Pickering, Ontario.
Canada
3 Feb 2016
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Farhat V. Monteanu: Inviting Inconsistency In Limitations Periods Applicable To Motor Vehicle Claims?
In the Farhat case the plaintiff was injured when his vehicle was rear-ended by the defendant's vehicle on May 18, 2006.
Canada
25 Aug 2015
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Ambiguity Is As Ambiguity Does: Another Cautionary Tale From A Canadian Appellate Court On The Importance Of Clear Drafting
This case provides a helpful re-articulation of the principles of contractual interpretation in the context of insurance policies.
Canada
17 Feb 2015
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If You Want Your Limits, Check Your Limitations
The Supreme Court of Canada has dismissed the plaintiff’s appeal in Boyce v the Co-Operators General Insurance Company on the question of whether the contractual limitation period in a commercial insurance policy can override a statutory limitation period.
Canada
2 Dec 2013
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