Canadian Forest Products Ltd. v. B.C. Rail et al., 2005 BCCA 369

In Carriage of Goods by Sea on (Updated )

Wood pulp was loaded in apparent good order and condition onto rail cars in the BC interior, discharged at a port terminal and then loaded on board the carrying vessel. At final discharge, the pulp was found contaminated with wood splinters and rejected for use by the receiver’s customer. The Plaintiff claimed against the rail carrier, the loading terminal and …

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Snair v. Halifax Insurance, 1995 CanLII 4400

In Marine Insurance on (Updated )

In this matter the Plaintiff sought a declaration of coverage. The Plaintiff had earlier been found 100% liable for a very serious boating accident that rendered his former housemate a quadriplegic. The insurer denied coverage on the grounds of an exclusion in the policy excluding coverage to " any person residing in your household " . The Court held that …

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