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Supreme Court of Canada Confirms Duty to Defend on CGL Policies Case Note: Progressive Homes Ltd. v. Lombard General Insurance Co. of Canada, 2010 SCC 33
In the landmark decision of Progressive Homes Ltd. v. Lombard General Insurance Co. of Canada, 2010 SCC 33, the Supreme Court of Canada settled the inconsistent case law concerning the interpretation of CGL insurance policies and whether a general contractor’s CGL policy can cover damage arising from defective workmanship.
Canada
15 Dec 2010
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Focus On Construction/Infrastructure - February 2010
In the recent decision of Tercon Contractors Ltd. v. British Columbia (Transportation and Highways), 2010 SCC 4, the Supreme Court of Canada dealt with the important issue of exclusion of liability clauses in the tendering context.
Canada
 
23 Feb 2010
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Supreme Court Of Canada Refuses To Recognize A New Duty Of Care
In the recent case Design Services Ltd. v. Canada, 2008 SCC 22 the Supreme Court of Canada considered a critical issue in the law of tendering: Does an owner owe a duty of care in tort to the subcontractors, architects and consultants of an unsuccessful bidder?
Canada
27 Aug 2008
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Supreme Court Of Canada Considers The Next Milestone In The Law Of Tendering
In Design Services Ltd. v. Canada, the Supreme Court of Canada is considering the critical issue in the law of tendering of whether an owner owes a duty of care in tort to the subcontractors, architects and consultants of an unsuccessful bidder.
Canada
13 Feb 2008
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