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Notice Periods for Slip and Falls
Notice Periods for Slip and Falls

The primary change of Bill 118 is for those who suffer a personal injury caused by snow or ice, they have 60 days to notify the occupier(s) of their claim. The change also requires personal service or service by registered mail on the proposed Defendant(s) –an occupier ...

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