A-25 - Automobile Insurance Act

Full text
2. In this title, unless otherwise indicated by the context,
bodily injury means any physical or mental injury, including death, suffered by a victim in an accident, and any damage to the clothing worn by a victim;
dependant means
(1)  the spouse;
(2)  the person who is separated from the victim de facto or legally, whose marriage to or civil union with the victim has been dissolved or declared null by a final judgment, or whose civil union has been dissolved by a notarized joint declaration of dissolution and who is entitled to receive support from the victim by virtue of a judgment or agreement;
(3)  a minor child of the victim and a minor person to whom the victim stands in loco parentis;
(4)  a child of full age of the victim and a person of full age to whom the victim stands in loco parentis, provided that their basic needs and maintenance costs are borne by the victim to the extent of over 50%;
(5)  any other person related to the victim by blood or adoption and any other person who stands in loco parentis to the victim, provided that their basic needs and maintenance costs are borne by the victim to the extent of over 50%;
employment means any remunerative occupation;
spouse means the person who is married to or in a civil union with and living with the victim or who has been living in a de facto union with the victim, whether the person is of the opposite or the same sex, and has been publicly represented as the victim’s spouse for at least three years or, in the following cases, for at least one year:
 a child has been born or is to be born of their union;
 they have adopted a child together; or
 one of them has adopted a child of the other.
1977, c. 68, s. 2; 1989, c. 15, s. 1; 1993, c. 56, s. 1; 1999, c. 14, s. 6; 2002, c. 6, s. 85.
2. In this title, unless otherwise indicated by the context,
bodily injury means any physical or mental injury, including death, suffered by a victim in an accident, and any damage to the clothing worn by a victim;
dependant means
(1)  the spouse;
(2)  the person who is separated from the victim de facto or legally, or whose marriage to the victim has been dissolved by a final judgment of divorce or declared null by a declaration of nullity of marriage and who is entitled to receive support from the victim by virtue of a judgment or agreement;
(3)  a minor child of the victim and a minor person to whom the victim stands in loco parentis;
(4)  a child of full age of the victim and a person of full age to whom the victim stands in loco parentis, provided that their basic needs and maintenance costs are borne by the victim to the extent of over 50 %;
(5)  any other person related to the victim by blood or adoption and any other person who stands in loco parentis to the victim, provided that their basic needs and maintenance costs are borne by the victim to the extent of over 50 %;
employment means any remunerative occupation;
spouse means the person who is married to and living with the victim or who has been living in a de facto union with the victim, whether the person is of the opposite or the same sex, and has been publicly represented as the victim’s spouse for at least three years or, in the following cases, for at least one year:
 a child has been born or is to be born of their union;
 they have adopted a child together; or
 one of them has adopted a child of the other.
1977, c. 68, s. 2; 1989, c. 15, s. 1; 1993, c. 56, s. 1; 1999, c. 14, s. 6.
2. In this title, unless otherwise indicated by the context,
bodily injury means any physical or mental injury, including death, suffered by a victim in an accident, and any damage to the clothing worn by a victim;
dependant means
(1)  the spouse;
(2)  the person who is separated from the victim de facto or legally, or whose marriage to the victim has been dissolved by a final judgment of divorce or declared null by a declaration of nullity of marriage and who is entitled to receive support from the victim by virtue of a judgment or agreement;
(3)  a minor child of the victim and a minor person to whom the victim stands in loco parentis;
(4)  a child of full age of the victim and a person of full age to whom the victim stands in loco parentis, provided that their basic needs and maintenance costs are borne by the victim to the extent of over 50 %;
(5)  any other person related to the victim by blood or adoption and any other person who stands in loco parentis to the victim, provided that their basic needs and maintenance costs are borne by the victim to the extent of over 50 %;
employment means any remunerative occupation;
spouse means the man or woman who is married to and living with the victim or who has been living in a de facto union with the victim and has been publicly represented as his spouse for at least three years or, in the following cases, for at least one year:
 a child has been born or is to be born of their union;
 they have adopted a child together; or
 one of them has adopted a child of the other.
1977, c. 68, s. 2; 1989, c. 15, s. 1; 1993, c. 56, s. 1.
2. In this title, unless otherwise indicated by the context,
bodily injury means any physical or mental injury, including death, suffered by a victim in an accident, and any damage to the clothing worn by a victim;
dependant means
(1)  the spouse;
(2)  the person who is separated from the victim de facto or legally, or whose marriage to the victim has been dissolved by a final judgment of divorce or declared null by a declaration of nullity of marriage and who, on the date of the accident, is entitled to receive support from the victim by virtue of a judgment or agreement;
(3)  a person related to the victim by blood or adoption and any stranger in blood who stands in loco parentis to the victim or to whom the victim stands in loco parentis and whose basic needs and maintenance costs are, at the time of the accident, borne by the victim to the extent of over 50 %;
employment means any remunerative occupation;
spouse means the man or woman who, on the date of the accident, is married to and cohabits with the victim or who, for at least three years, or for at least one year if a child has been born or is to be born of their union, has been living with the victim maritally and has been publicly represented as the spouse of the victim.
1977, c. 68, s. 2; 1989, c. 15, s. 1.
2. Notwithstanding subparagraph a of paragraph 28 of section 1, unless otherwise indicated by the context, the word victim , for the purposes of this chapter, also includes any person entitled to a death benefit if the death of the victim results from the accident.
1977, c. 68, s. 2.