Insurable interest, legal profession, limitation periods, subrogation
Insurance is a prolific area of the law in terms of litigation. Many more judgments have been handed down in Nova Scotia recently than could be reviewed profitably in an article of reasonable length. In an attempt to review a representative sample of the range of insurance problems currently occupying Nova Scotia courts, Part II of this article deals with a variety of cases arranged under six headings. The topics represented have been chosen by reason of their recurrent enduring importance in insurance law, as with "insurable interest", by reason of current importance to the legal profession, as with "limitation periods", or by reason of intriguing new developments, as with "subrogation".
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James A. Rendall, “Recent Developments in Nova Scotia Insurance Law”, Comment, (1977-1978) 4:2 DLJ 341.