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The Brick Warehouse LP v Chubb Insurance Company Of Canada
As a result of this, the Brick directed payment on ten Toshiba invoices to the RBC account.
Canada
7 Nov 2017
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Defence & Indemnity - August 2017
The Court may refuse to apply an insurance policy provision where it would lead to an unjust result in the circumstances, per s. 545(1) of the Insurance Act or pursuant to the Court's ability to...
Canada
30 Aug 2017
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Defence & Indemnity - June 2017
Insurance policies are to be interpreted on how an ordinary person would understand them such that, absent clear policy wording to the contrary, ...
Canada
14 Jul 2017
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Defence & Indemnity - April 2017
The Alberta Court of Appeal reiterated that policies cover insured perils but not pre-existing deficiencies in the property that are not caused by the peril, but only discovered as a result of...
Canada
10 May 2017
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Defence & Indemnity - February 2017
The plaintiff Williams brought a lawsuit for injuries she alleged she suffered during the course of training at the Amazing Personal Training Studio Ltd.
Canada
6 Mar 2017
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CPP Disability Benefits: To Deduct Or Not To Deduct
The standard form SEF 44 endorsement (The Endorsement) was recently interpreted by the Supreme Court of Canada in the case of Sabean v. Portage La Prairie Mutual Insurance Co., 2017 SCC 7.
Canada
6 Feb 2017
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Dempsey v. Bagley, 2016 ABQB 124 - Lessors Of Vehicles Still Vulnerable Under Workers Compensation Act
There were two motor vehicle accidents in the summer of 2006. The plaintiffs and the defendants involved in the accidents were employees of Brinks Canada Limited ("Brinks").
Canada
23 Jan 2017
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Defence & Indemnity – December 2016
An insured killed by a thief driving the insured's vehicle is entitled to coverage under his S.P.F. 44 Endorsement, notwithstanding that one part of the definition of "inadequately insured motorist"...
Canada
17 Jan 2017
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Defence & Indemnity - October 2016
In bad faith cases, the insurer may have to disclose internal reference material, even if the material had not been consulted as it could be relevant and material to determining...
Canada
28 Dec 2016
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Ledcor: Taming Sattva's Wild Horse Of Contractual Interpretation For Standard Form Contracts
The Supreme Court of Canada's unanimous decision of Sattva v. Capital Corp. v. Creston Moly Corp., 2014 SCC 53 opened the barn door and let loose a wild horse in terms of the scope...
Canada
29 Sep 2016
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Defence And Indemnity - August 2016
In a commercial lease, the covenant of the tenant to insure the landlord along with itself fixes the tenant with the risk of loss.
Canada
9 Sep 2016
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Defence & Indemnity - June 2016
The principles for extending the limitation period for filing Third Party Notices
Canada
6 Jul 2016
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Defence & Indemnity - April 2016
Where an owner consents to possession of a vehicle to the driver, conditions on that consent do not bind third parties who are injured or suffer loss.
Canada
12 May 2016
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Canada
14 Mar 2016
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Every Day And Reasonably Safe Playground Activities Will Not Expose A Defendant School District To Occupier's Liability
The Plaintiff was an 11 year old girl enrolled at a day camp offered by the Defendant, the Corporation of the District of Saanich (the "District") at the Gordon Head Middle School in Victoria, B.C. During morning recess, the Plaintiff was in the playground playing a game called Grounders (a variation of tag played on playground equipment) with a number of children.
Canada
14 Mar 2016
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A Passenger Who Grabs The Steering Wheel Is Involved In The "Use" Or "Operation" Of The Vehicle Such That The Loss Is Covered By The Auto Policy.
The plaintiff ("Felix") was driving her car with her intoxicated boyfriend ("Hearne") in the passenger seat. Hearne repeatedly grabbed the steering wheel of the car while the car was in motion.
Canada
14 Mar 2016
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"Dependent Relative" In An SEF 44 Policy Requires Proof Of Financial Dependence
The plaintiffs Gurchet Singh Bilg ("Gurchet"), Harkamal Singh Rasode ("Harkamal") and Sukhsimrit Singh ("Suksimrit") were injured in a motor vehicle accident and commenced an action against the drivers/owners of the other vehicle.
Canada
11 Mar 2016
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Future CPP Benefits Fall Under The Definition Of "Any Policy Of Insurance" And Are Therefore Deductible From Amounts Payable By SEF 44 Insurers
The respondent was involved in a motor vehicle collision and commenced an action under the SEF 44 endorsement in his insurance policy for actual damages that exceeded the amount of payment by the tortfeasor in the settled claim.
Canada
11 Mar 2016
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Police And Adjuster Statements – Admissible Or Not?
The Alberta Court of Appeal in the recent case of R. v. Porter, 2015 ABCA 279, has concluded that neither a statement made to the police pursuant to the Traffic Safety Act section 71
Canada
3 Nov 2015
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Diminished Value - Recent Court Decisions Reveal A Changing Landscape In Alberta On Determining How Much A Vehicle Involved In An Accident Is Worth
Diminished value claims are based on the notion that a vehicle that has been in an accident is not worth as much as a similar vehicle that has not been involved in an accident.
Canada
20 Jan 2015
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