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Liability insurance: deliberate or wilful acts

Insurance Law Monthly

Liability insurance: deliberate or wilful acts

In Grant v International Insurance Company of Hanover Ltd 2019 SC 379 the Inner House of the Court of Session ruled that an exclusion for liability arising out of deliberate or wilful acts applied only where the loss or injury inflicted by the assured was intended: the exclusion did not extend to deliberate acts giving rise to unintended loss or injury.

Grant : the facts

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