The Latest on Damages for Continuing Nuisance (Case Update: Crombie v. McColl-Frontenac – Limitations and Continuing Nuisance)

October 20, 2016 | Bryan J. Buttigieg | Toronto

Six-Minute Environmental Lawyer, The Law Society of Upper Canada, October 2016

One of the enduring questions facing neighbours in a dispute over contamination that has crossed a property boundary, is the extent to which any tort or nuisance committed is ‘continuing’ and the impact that may have on the applicable limitation period and the recoverable damages.