Property Insurance: Myths and half truths

Laurie Heller reviews the issues to be considered when dealing with insurance policies ‘The myth that the interests in property of third parties are adequately covered by noting on the policy of the owner is widely, but erroneously, believed.’Such is the organisation of the insurance industry and its sales practice that arrangement for the cover …
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Cases Referenced

  • Mark Rowlands Ltd v Berni Inns Ltd [1986] QB 211
  • Mumford Hotels Ltd v Wheler [1964] Ch 117