In what circumstances will a plaintiff be able to make a claim for damages arising out of a motor vehicle accident?

Nova Scotia, Canada


The following excerpt is from Roué v. Nova Scotia, 2013 NSSC 326 (CanLII):

I note that Civil Procedure Rules 77.07(2), 77.12 and Rowe v. Lee (2007 NSSC 31 per Pickup J.) provide some authority for such claims in exceptional circumstances.

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