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David McArdle & Jon Quirk

What constitutes a notifiable circumstance? The Court of Appeal has concluded that Moulder J's approach at first instance was wrong, particularly when assessing the requisite knowledge required of an insured when notifying a circumstance. The question of whether a claim arises from a notified circumstance cannot simply be a subjective one.

In this article, David McArdle and Jon Quirk set out the key facts and future effects on the notification of circumstances to insurers.

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