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Insurance & Reinsurance Law – Material changes in risk or the importance of functioning sprinklers: Ansari v New India Assurance Ltd

25th June 2009

By : Jeffrey Thomson

The Court of Appeal’s recent judgment in Ansari v New India Assurace Ltd (Ansari) has given rise to some interesting issues for insurance lawyers and stands as a warning to assureds. Jeffrey Thomson discusses the implications.

To read Jeffrey Thomson‘s article in The Journal of Business Law in full please click here.

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