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Limitation Periods for Property Damage Losses in Canada

What is a Limitation Period? All legal proceedings, including subrogated recovery actions, must be commenced within a certain period of time set out by legislation. The time period in which an action can be brought is called a limitation period.

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Subrogating Under International Sales Contracts: Which Law Applies

“International Sales Contracts” “Subrogation” “Choice of Law”

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Subrogation Rights Under A Standard Mortgage Clause In Canada

A. What is A Standard Mortgage Clause? First-party property insurance policies usually contain one of two types of mortgagee clauses: i) a loss-payable clause; or ii) a standard mortgage clause. i)          The Loss-Payable Clause: This type of clause merely

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Canadian law still requires that subrogated actions be brought in the name of the insured rather than insurer

In Canada, the right of subrogation is a product of the common law, although it may be modified by statute or contract. Unlike in the United States, Canadian common law provides that an insurer may sue only in the name

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