The claimant made a claim in respect of its tug under a marine insurance policy. The lead insurer paid out but the defendant insurer refused to follow the settlement of the lead insurer. The court dismissed the claimant’s application for summary judgment since the defendant had real prospects of succeeding on its defence that the claimant had deployed a fraudulent device and that its claim was accordingly forfeit (see Agapitos v Agnew) (Pratama v Maritime Mutual Insurance Association (NZ) Ltd).