Claims against the Town of Hudson


  • Under section 585 of the City and Towns Act (CQLR chapter C-19), if any person claim or pretend to have suffered bodily injury by any accident, for which he intends to claim damages from the municipality, he shall, within 15 days from the date of such accident, give or cause to be given notice in writing to the clerk of the municipality of such intention, containing the particulars of his claim, and stating the place of his residence.
  • Also, in case of any claim for damages to property, moveable or immoveable, a similar notice shall also be given to the clerk of the municipality, within 15 days.
  • You may file your notice of claim in person, by mail or by fax in the form of a letter or on the claims form available below. First and last name and address of claimant must be mentioned on the notice, along with the cause of damage, date and location of incident.

See the full text of the law here: C-19, section 585


  • Personal Information

  • Information about the incident - accident

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    In the case of a claim for material damages, the notice of claim must be received by the Town Clerk of the municipality in the 15 days following the date of the event in question (article 585 of the Cities and Towns Act).

    Include any document pertinent to the claim.

    The present form is made available with the sole objective of assisting the claimant with his/her application. The municipality assumes no responsibility for the method in which the claimant completes this form.