Defeating an Application to be Added as a Defendant (BC)

The Owners, Strata Plan KAS 2971 v. American Bankers Insurance Company of Florida, et al., 2016 BCSC 581  Most actions commenced by a strata corporation[1] alleging negligence in the design and construction of their condominium development name multiple parties as defendants, including the original owner/developer, municipality, general contractor, trades, material suppliers and all consultants, including the architect, engineers and building envelope consultant.   Read the article………….


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