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Insurer's Duty To Defend: Are Defence Cost Obligations Subject To A 'Time On Risk' Apportionment
In Lombard General Insurance Company of Canada v 328354 BC Ltd et al, 2012 BCSC 431, the Supreme Court of British Columbia made an important addition to the case law concerning an insurer's duty to fund defence costs under a Commercial General Liability (CGL) policy, where the underlying claim alleges damage occurring over a lengthy period, falling partially outside the duration of the policy.
Canada
16 Apr 2012
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Supreme Court of Canada Addresses Insurer's Duty to Defend In the Context of a Leaky Condo Case
The decision of the Supreme Court of Canada in "Progressive Homes Ltd. v. Lombard General Insurance Company of Canada", 2010 SCC 33 resolves a discrepancy between decisions of the Courts of Appeal of British Columbia and Ontario on an important point concerning the scope of Commercial General Liability insurance policies as they apply to construction projects.
Canada
7 Oct 2010
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