Monthly Archives: April 2012

C.A. Says Bad Faith Action Against Auto Insurer Not Subject to Limitation Period in Policy

The Court of Appeal’s decision in Dundas v. Zurich Canada, 2012 ONCA 181, is interesting for a couple of reasons: liability of an insurer for failing to pay its policy limits into an interest-bearing account and the limitation period that … Continue reading

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Recent “additional insured” decisions continue confusing Ontario jurisprudence

In various contractual settings, one party assumes an obligation to have the other included in the former’s insurance policy as an “additional insured”. This has been a fertile source of work for lawyers practising in the insurance field because the … Continue reading

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