Monthly Archives: July 2005

Insurer Liable for Insured’s Entire Defence Costs Although Only One Small Part of Claim Covered

In ARG Construction Corp. v. Allstate, a decision released last week, Justice Lee Ferrier of the Ontario Superior Court of Justice ruled on the apportionment of defence costs in an insurance dispute arising out of a construction claim. He held … Continue reading

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Cohabiting

Justice David Little’s ruling in Stephens v. Stawecki makes it clear that, in determining whether a couple has “cohabited continuously for a period of not less than three years”, so as to make them “spouses” under s. 61 of the … Continue reading

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