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    Non-disclosure and misrepresentation relating to railway works

    11.02.2016 | Insurance & Reinsurance

    The defendant insured in Brit v F&B Trenchless Solutions (F&B) was a specialist tunnelling sub-contractor. It took out employers’ liability, product liability and public liability insurance for its work of building micro-tunnels for cables underground railway tracks. The insurance was provided on the basis that the works would lead to ground settlement of between 2-4mm and that they would at no point take place underneath an active railway.

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    Losses of a particular kind or at a particular time or place

    11.02.2016 | Insurance & Reinsurance

    Milton Furniture v Brit Insurance concerned a fire in April 2005, which destroyed most of the furniture in the Claimant’s warehouse.

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    Inducement in the reinsurance context

    11.02.2016 | Insurance & Reinsurance

    The question in AXA Versicherung v Arab Insurance Group was whether AXA was entitled to avoid two reinsurance treaties entered into with Arab Insurance Group (ARIG).

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    The 2015 UK floods – when it’s not good to be #trending

    19.01.2016 | Insurance & Reinsurance

    For many parts of the UK, December 2015 was the wettest on record. Over 5,200 homes were flooded in Cumbria and Lancashire, where thousands were left without power.

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    Tianjin six months on - Direct insurance issues

    19.01.2016 | Insurance & Reinsurance

    Market estimates of the insured losses flowing from the Tianjin Explosion vary significantly, ranging from US$2 billion to US$3.5 billion and there is little consistency as to the basis upon which the estimates are calculated. It is certain, however, that Tianjin will be a very significant loss event.

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    China Insurance Association guidelines and reinsurance issues

    19.01.2016 | Insurance & Reinsurance

    Recent guidelines issued by the China Insurance Association (almost certainly influenced by the stance of the China Insurance Regulatory Commission) to local insurers on how the claims should be dealt with strongly suggest that Chinese insurers and foreign insurers with a licence to write business in China will be under intense pressure to pay claims as quickly as possible and, among other things, without reference to contamination which officially is not an issue.

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