Canadian Clarity: Supreme Court Provides a Window to Uniform Interpretation of Standard Form Insurance Contract – David Vaillancourt
David Vaillancourt’s article Canadian Clarity: Supreme Court Provides a Window to Uniform Interpretation of Standard Form Insurance Contract was published in the December Journal of the Professional Liability Underwriting Society.
“The Supreme Court of Canada has provided guidance to the insurance industry on the interpretation of standard form insurance contracts in the recent decision of Ledcor Construction Ltd. v. Northbridge. While the decision concerns a builders’ risk policy, the principles set down by the Court will be of general application to policies across all areas of risk.”
A comparable version of David’s article was originally published on thelitigator.ca: Supreme Court Provides A Window To Uniform Interpretation Of Standard Form Insurance Contracts
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