The Exclusion for Intentional or Criminal Acts

November 29, 2017

Issues of the applicability of the intentional or criminal acts exclusion will arise in both the duty to defend context as well as with respect to the obligation to indemnify. As with any case that involves the interpretation of any aspect of an insurance policy, knowledge of the basic principles of insurance law developed by the Supreme Court of Canada is essential.

Please click below  to read the full paper, presented by Deirdre Wade at the CBA Insurance Litigation Conference in Fredericton on September 29, 2017

The Exclusion for Intentional or Criminal Acts 2017

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