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CONSTRUCTION OF EXCLUSIONS IN INSURANCE POLICIES

In Crowden and Crowden v QBE Insurance (Europe) Ltd [2017] EWHC 2597 (Comm) the Commercial Court found in favour of the Defendant insurer on the disputed construction of an “insolvency” exclusion in a professional indemnity insurance policy.  The case is … Continue reading

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Non-disclosure clauses: when is a non-disclosure “deliberate or fraudulent”?

In Mutual Energy Ltd v Starr Underwriting Agents Ltd [2016] EWHC 590 (TCC), Mr Justice Coulson considered the proper construction of a clause which prevented insurers from avoiding the policy for non-disclosure unless that non-disclosure was "deliberate or fraudulent".  The … Continue reading

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High Court construes “in any way involving” in liability policy

The High Court has held that the words "in any way involving any act, error or omission" before a certain date in an exclusion clause in a professional indemnity policy meant "indirectly caused by".  The act, error or omission must … Continue reading

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Court of Appeal considers meaning of a Product under a Contractors’ Combined Liability Policy

In Aspen Insurance UK Limited v Adana Construction Limited [2015] EWCA Civ 176, the Court of Appeal considered the meaning of a "Product" under the terms of a Building Services Combined Liability Policy. The Court of Appeal adopted a purposive … Continue reading

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