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Snow/ice injury limitation period now in force

Bob Gardiner
Publication date:
February 3, 2021
Article Summary: 

This blog post discusses a recent change to the limitation period for lawsuits related to slip and fall injuries on snow and ice in Ontario. The post notes that the province has amended the Occupiers' Liability Act to shorten the limitation period for these types of lawsuits from two years to 60 days. The post provides an overview of the new law and its potential impact on slip and fall cases involving snow and ice. The post also offers advice for property owners and occupiers on how to properly manage snow and ice on their premises to reduce the risk of slip and fall accidents.


Limitation period, slip and fall injuries, snow and ice, Ontario, Occupiers' Liability Act, lawsuits, property owners, occupiers, premises, risk reduction.

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Bob Gardiner
Snow/ice injury limitation period now in force
February 3, 2021
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