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CHAPTER 5 PRESERVATION OF DEFENCES

Insurance Disputes

5

PRESERVATION OF DEFENCES

IAIN MORRISON

1. GENERAL PRINCIPLES

Introduction


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5.1 An insurer faced with a claim under a policy may have a number of defences available to it. However, the insurer’s conduct (or lack of it) can sometimes prevent the insurer from relying on what would otherwise have been perfectly good defences.1

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