Liability of the Crown
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With government now having assumed an important role in most areas of economic and social life, issues relating to potential legal liability for wrongful or negligent activity have taken on increasing importance. When things go wrong, whether it involves matters as diverse as problems with the blood supply, with unsafe drinking water, or the failure of a major financial institution, those who suffer loss inevitably look to whether their losses can be traced back to government or regulatory failure. Jurisdiction: Canada.
Citation of this paper:
Liability of the Crown, 4th ed. (Toronto: Carswell, 2011) (with Peter W. Hogg and Patrick Monahan).