Notice of Liability Letter for Healthcare Professionals
This letter is for healthcare professionals, who are being threatened with losing their license if they do not comply with either providing their private vax status or taking the jab, to send to their professional college’s registrar. The registrars do not have the legal authority to implement such mandates and this letter notifies them of their personal liability should they choose to do so.
Please share with all healthcare professionals. In BC there is currently a deadline of March 31st to comply.
How to Serve the Notice of Liability Letter
- Print two copies of the Notice of Liability letter (link in blue above)
- Fill in the name of the person you are serving it to (one notice per person) in the space provided at the top of the first page.
- Sign your name and fill in the date in the space provided on the last page – on both copies.
- Keep a photocopy of the Notice for your records
- Give the second copy to the person you are serving it to. If they choose not to accept it, then leave it on the floor at their feet.
- If you are serving the Notice in person, be sure to video record yourself serving it (or audio record if video is not possible).
- If sending by mail, you must use registered mail as that provides proof of delivery.
Keep all information (eg. Liability Notice copy, video, mailing proof etc.) in a safe place for future use.
NOTE: You do not need a lawyer to serve a Notice of Liability and you do not need consent, or the signature of the person you are serving it to
Action4Canada accepts no responsibility or liability for any harms or losses that occur as result of delivering this notice. If you do not agree to these terms then please do not use this notice.