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Duncan Cotterill
This case discusses the question of exactly when cover is triggered under a "claims made and notified" liability policy.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
There is still time to have your say in the review of insurance contract law… until 13 July 2018. .
Cavell Leitch
Article advises on what to do if you are a property owner with an unresolved insurance claim. .
Duncan Cotterill
Article discusses review of insurance contract law including key matters and the more technical matters being considered.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
This case is currently authority for the position that an insured homeowner can sue their insurer for defective repairs.
Cavell Leitch
Understand notification requirements of the liability policy and ensure proper risk management strategies are in place.
Chapman Tripp
Objective of review announced last week is to modernise NZ insurance contract law and consolidate it into one statute. .
Duncan Cotterill
The High Court has confirmed that a defendant is not required to provide or discover details of any insurance policies.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
If Cyclone Fehi has caused flooding, landslip or other damage to your property, you can lodge a claim with EQC.
Duncan Cotterill
All insurance policy documents should be reviewed and updated by 1 September 2017 to comply with the CCLA. with the CCLA.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
The time of inception on an insurance policy has recently been argued and considered by the High Court in this judgment.
Cavell Leitch
Property owners could be out of time to bring court proceedings if their claims are not issued before 4 September 2017.
Duncan Cotterill
Prattley challenged the settlement on the basis that they were mistaken about how indemnity should be calculated.
Duncan Cotterill
This judgment considered the extent of the damage, construction methods and exemplary damages claims against the insurer.
Chapman Tripp
The Issues Paper outlines the rationale, the terms of reference and the intended process for the IPSA review.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
NZ courts are reluctant to reopen a settlement agreement unless there has been deception, duress, or misleading conduct.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
This UK decision is significant, as an insurer may seek to reopen a settlement agreement if fraud can later be proven.
Duncan Cotterill
Mr Myall was underinsured, as the insurance policy was based on a floor area of about 80 per cent of the actual area.
Duncan Cotterill
This earthquake judgment considers issues such as construction methods, exemplary damages and the duty of good faith.
Duncan Cotterill
By settling its claims against Vero Insurance, Prattley abandoned any entitlement to go back to Vero for more money.
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Wynn Williams Lawyers
There is still time to have your say in the review of insurance contract law… until 13 July 2018. .
Cavell Leitch
Article advises on what to do if you are a property owner with an unresolved insurance claim. .
Chapman Tripp
Objective of review announced last week is to modernise NZ insurance contract law and consolidate it into one statute. .
Duncan Cotterill
Article discusses review of insurance contract law including key matters and the more technical matters being considered.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
This case is currently authority for the position that an insured homeowner can sue their insurer for defective repairs.
Duncan Cotterill
The High Court has confirmed that a defendant is not required to provide or discover details of any insurance policies.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
The time of inception on an insurance policy has recently been argued and considered by the High Court in this judgment.
Cavell Leitch
Understand notification requirements of the liability policy and ensure proper risk management strategies are in place.
Duncan Cotterill
This judgment considered the extent of the damage, construction methods and exemplary damages claims against the insurer.
Duncan Cotterill
Prattley challenged the settlement on the basis that they were mistaken about how indemnity should be calculated.
Duncan Cotterill
All insurance policy documents should be reviewed and updated by 1 September 2017 to comply with the CCLA. with the CCLA.
Cavell Leitch
It is now uncommon for most private insurers to accept Deeds of Assignment for the residual benefits of settled claims.
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