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MOTOR INSURERS’ BUREAU v LEWIS

LLR: Insurance & Reinsurance

MOTOR INSURERS’ BUREAU v LEWIS

[2019] Lloyd's Rep. IR 390

COURT OF APPEAL

Before Lord Justice Henderson,Lord Justice Flaux,Sir Richards

Insurance (motor) – Compulsory insurance – Whether insurance required for use of vehicle on private land – Whether policy to be construed as covering such liability – Whether Motor Insurers’ Bureau liable to satisfy judgment – Whether EU law directly effective – Whether MIB was an emanation of the state – Road Traffic Act 1988, section 145 – Consolidated Motor Insurance Directive, European Parliament and Council Directive 2009/103/EC.

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