/home/rsslex/public_html/wp-content/themes/_RSS2/index.php

Setting aside the municipalities’ exemption from liability for firefighting

By Benoît Chartier, from our Insurance Law Practice Group.

October 9, 2019 — As an incentive for municipalities to enhance their firefighting services, the Fire Safety Act grants them an exemption from lawsuits when they have implemented and followed a fire safety cover plan.

However, this exemption is not unconditional: certain principles of liability remain, as seen in the decision of the Superior Court of Québec in Royal & Sun Alliance du Canada, société d’assurances c. Ville de Trois Rivières, 2019 QCCS 3181.

Click here to read more (PDF).

Posted in Publications |