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PROUDFOOT PLC v. FEDERAL INSURANCE CO.

Lloyd's Reinsurance Law Reports

PROUDFOOT PLC v. FEDERAL INSURANCE CO.

[1997] LRLR 659

QUEEN’S BENCH DIVISION (COMMERCIAL COURT)

Mr. Justice RIX:

Insurance (Crime) - Construction - Employee theft - Company engaged to administer plaintiffs’ payroll - Company misapplied funds - Whether company held funds on trust - Whether acts performed within scope of usual duties of employee - Whether company employee for purposes of policy - Whether plaintiffs entitled to recover under policy.

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