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27 March 2020 Reinstatement for property damage losses – when does it apply?

The Court of Appeal has recently considered the correct test for measuring the indemnity for property damage losses and has provided useful guidance on whether an insured needs to intend to reinstate the property to its pre-loss condition.

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18 March 2019 "It's the conduct risk, stupid!": FCA's study of competition in London wholesale insurance broking market

The UK Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has published the final report (PDF) on its market study of the London wholesale insurance broking market.

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10 November 2016 Drones - the hidden risk

Drones are taking off in a big way and with Christmas fast approaching, sales are likely to increase further as children (‘big kids’ included!) look to get their hands on the latest must-have gadget.

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Enhanced court fees - paying the price for justice

Nick Parsons considers the controversial decision by the Ministry of Justice to significantly increase the fee for issuing proceedings and its impact for Claimants and Defendants.

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Legal update

19 December 2014 Yapp v Foreign and Commonwealth Office, Court of Appeal, 21 November 2014

In January 2007 the claimant was appointed British High Commissioner in Belize.

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6 June 2014 Northumbrian Water Ltd v Sir Robert McAlpine Ltd

Northumbrian Water provided sewerage services in Newcastle-Upon-Tyne.

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1 May 2014 Chartwell Estate Agents v Fergies Properties SA & Anor

Jackson – Mitchell – non-compliance – extensions of time.

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14 March 2014 Associated Electrical Industries Ltd v Alstom UK, High Court, 24 February 2014

Extensions of time – particulars of claim – non-compliance – Mitchell.

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27 February 2014 Are mesothelioma claims still defendable?

While Fairchild and section 3 of the Compensation Act has left insurers feeling less than optimistic about defending mesothelioma claims, recent case law may give cause to reconsider this issue.

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24 February 2014 Porbanderwalla v Daybridge Limited, Birmingham County Court, 30 January 2014

Practice Direction 26 paragraph 3.13 Civil Procedure Rules stated that unless the court ordered otherwise, all parties except litigants in person had to file and exchange budgets as required by the Rules or as the court directed

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