702535 Ontario Inc. v. Non -Marine Underwriters, Lloyds of London (2000) 184 D.L.R. (4th) 687 (C.A.), (1997) 48 O.T.C. 256 (Gen.Div.)

702535 Ontario Inc. v. Non -Marine Underwriters, Lloyds of London (2000) 184 D.L.R. (4th) 687 (C.A.), (1997) 48 O.T.C. 256 (Gen.Div.)

This action involved a fire loss of the plaintiff's hotel and the alleged failure of the insurer to pay indemnity in circumstances where it would be liable for bad faith and thus consequential damages. The action was dismissed against the insurer on the facts and upheld by the Court of Appeal. This is a leading decision dealing with the circumstances when consequential damages might be payable by an insurer for breach of an insurance policy and the circumstances under which a bad faith claim may succeed.