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Where an insured cannot pay the policy excess. Will this permit the insurer to avoid liability for amounts beyond the excess?
Where an insured is in liquidation and its insurer is sued direct, the insurer will generally be unable to rely on the insured's inability to pay the policy excess as grounds to avoid its liability for amounts above the policy excess.
Australia
7 Jan 2010
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Limitation of liability clauses in contracts. What makes them effective?
Whereas most insurance policies exclude liability arising under contract, insurers can positively benefit where an insured has limited or excluded its liability under contract. This usually arises where the insured's contract has a limitation or exclusion of liability clause in the insured's favour.
Australia
16 Dec 2009
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Proceedings Against Insurers Of Liquidated Or Deregistered Companies: Further Developments And Discussion By The Courts
there are various statutory mechanisms to pursue the insurers of companies being wound up or deregistered, including s 6 of the NSW Law Reform Miscellaneous Provisions Act (1946) and section 601AG of the Corporations Act 2001.
Australia
9 Jun 2009
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