BILL NO. 106
1st Session, 63rd General Assembly
67 Elizabeth II, 2018
The Honourable Karen Casey
Minister responsible for the Insurance Act
First Reading: March 29, 2018
Second Reading: April 3, 2018
Third Reading: April 13, 2018 (LINK TO BILL AS PASSED)
This Bill amends the Insurance Act to protect the financial interests of an innocent person when the person's property is damaged by another person with whom that person shares an insurance policy.
1 Subsection 5(1) of Chapter 231 of the Revised Statutes, 1989, the Insurance Act, as amended by Chapter 1 of the Acts of 2003 (Second Session), is further amended by adding immediately after clause (l) the following clause:
- (la) prescribing requirements for the purpose of clause (c) of subsection (3) of Section 13A;
- 13A (1) Where a contract contains a term or condition excluding coverage for loss or damage to property caused by a criminal or intentional act or omission of an insured or any other person, the exclusion applies only to the claim of a person
- (i) consented to the act or omission, and
(b) in addition to producing any documents required by the contract, produce for examination, at a reasonable place and time specified by the insurer, all documents in the person's possession or control that relate to the loss; and
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