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Fenchurch Law Ltd | United Kingdom | 6 Jan 2020

Unoccupied Buildings conditions - a trap for the unwary

Properties become unoccupied in a number of different scenarios. In a residential context, this might be because the home is not the policyholder's

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Fenchurch Law Ltd | United Kingdom | 6 Jan 2020

Appeal Courts Triumph for Structural Defects Policyholders: Manchikalapati v Zurich

Leaseholders of flats in a development in Manchester have secured a major victory against Zurich Insurance under a standard form defects policy, in a

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Fenchurch Law Ltd | United Kingdom | 1 Dec 2019

Government to fund replacement of Grenfell-style cladding

Almost 2 years after the Grenfell Tower tragedy, the government has stepped in to speed up the removal and replacement of unsafe aluminium

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Fenchurch Law Ltd | United Kingdom | 26 Nov 2019

Consumer Insurance - A reminder of your rights and why you should not “avoid” fighting back

Consumer insurance accounts for a large percentage of insurance purchased in the United Kingdom. It is therefore unsurprising that many insurance

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Fenchurch Law Ltd | United Kingdom | 15 Oct 2019

Fenchurch Law launches “The Associate Series”

Fenchurch Law’s new initiative, The Associate Series, is being launched with a view to sharing our knowledge and experience of coverage disputes with

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Fenchurch Law Ltd | United Kingdom | 12 Sep 2019

The Good, the Bad & the Ugly: 100 cases every policyholder needs to know. 7 (The Good). Woodford and Hillman -v- AIG

Welcome to the latest in the series of blogs from Fenchurch Law: 100 cases every policyholder needs to know. An opinionated and practical guide to

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Fenchurch Law Ltd | United Kingdom | 9 Jul 2019

How to Annoy Judges

There wasn’t much law in the Court of Appeal’s recent decision in Friends Life v Miley 2019 EWCA Civ 261, other than a reiteration of the

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Fenchurch Law Ltd | United Kingdom | 9 Jul 2019

Court of Appeal plunges into notification issues

In a Judgment handed down yesterday, the Court of Appeal considered for the first time in over ten years issues regarding the effect of a

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Fenchurch Law Ltd | United Kingdom | 3 Jul 2019

The Good, the Bad & the Ugly: 100 cases every policyholder needs to know. 6 (The Bad). Orient-Express Hotels v Generali

Welcome to the latest in the series of blogs from Fenchurch Law: 100 cases every policyholder needs to know. An opinionated and practical guide to the

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Fenchurch Law Ltd | United Kingdom | 17 May 2019

Young v Royal and Sun Alliance PLC

The Court of Session found that an insurer had not waived disclosure under the Insurance Act 2015 (“the Act”). The case is the first to be decided

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