Sommaire Lloyd’s : Perspectives juridiques canadiennes

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7 octobre 2020

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Is a partial restriction of business sufficient to trigger the “inability to use” clause in business interruption claims?

Karen L. Weslowski

Introduction To combat the spread of COVID-19, many governments and public authorities issued orders mandating the closure of, or restrictions upon, businesses.  One common order restricted mass gatherings of people in excess of a certain number, which may not have...

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Tarion’s response to COVID-19

Ana Simões, Joshua Rim

The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has raised new issues relating to insurance and the home building industry. Following a total project suspension, construction has slowly resumed in Ontario, albeit with reduced crews and strained supply chains. These constraints raise increasingly important...

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