In Wallace v Follett,35 the Court of Appeal ruled on what conditions it was and was not appropriate to attach to a periodical payment order (“PPO”). The Court of Appeal included provision for future medical examinations of the claimant from time to time at the defendant’s insurer’s expense, recognising the importance for insurers of maintaining reserves which are as accurate as possible. Further, the claimant was required to notify the insurer that he remained alive each year upon receipt of a reminder from the insurer and his personal representatives were to be required to notify the insurer on the claimant’s death.