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Deprivation of use is not physical loss to the property
This means that physical loss of use is not covered by the Earthquake Commission (EQC) or topped-up by private insurance.
Australia
26 Mar 2015
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Future of Financial Advice Series: ASIC's new powers
ASIC has new powers to reinforce the integrity and reputation of the financial services industry due to FOFA reforms.
Australia
26 Nov 2013
3
Future of financial advice series: Opt-in and fee disclosure
Opt-in and fee disclosure is a two yearly opt-in arrangement and annual fee disclosure for clients paying ongoing fees.
Australia
20 Nov 2013
4
Future of Financial Advice Series: Ban on conflicted remuneration
This update is intended as a general overview, targeted specifically at claims officers and underwriters of insurers.
Australia
31 Oct 2013
5
Proportionate Liability And Arbitrations – No Dice
The WA Supreme Court has held that the proportionate liability regime does not apply to commercial arbitrations.
Australia
15 Apr 2013
6
Courts Nail Down Some Vexing Issues - who defends an insolvent insured?
Insurers face difficulties when, having denied indemnity to an insolvent insured, it is joined to proceedings by a third party.
Australia
15 Apr 2013
7
Controversial Directors and Officers Defence Costs Decision Reversed
A discussion of the New Zealand case of Steigrad & Ors v BFSL2007 Ltd & Ors HC.
Australia
15 Apr 2013
8
Directors and Officers Liability Insurance - Recent Australian reforms
Looking back, 2012 will be remembered for a number of key decisions on director liabilities.
Australia
15 Apr 2013
9
Medical Indemnity Trends And Developments
Recent reports have examined medical indemnity claims in the public and private sectors.
Australia
15 Apr 2013
10
Section 151Z Recovery Expansion and Uncertainty
Two recent NSW cases are of significance to recovery claims.
Australia
15 Apr 2013
11
Workers Compensation Premiums Hold Steady in Wake of Reforms
Due to changes introduced by the NSW Government, an anticipated surge in workers compensation premiums has been avoided.
Australia
15 Apr 2013
12
Insurance Reform – A Long Time Coming
On Thursday 14 March 2013, the Insurance Contracts Amendment Bill 2013 (the Bill) was introduced to Parliament.
Australia
15 Apr 2013
13
Unfair Contract Terms in Insurance
New provisions providing relief in relation to unfair contract terms in consumer contracts into the ASIC Act.
Australia
15 Apr 2013
14
Transport: A New Zealand Perspective
The New Zealand maritime scene has been dominated by the consequences of the grounding of the Rena at Tauranga.
Australia
15 Apr 2013
15
9/11 Terrorist Attacks on the World Trade Center – One Event Or Two? Issues for the reinsurance market
A recent UK decision considering the 9/11 terrorist attacks has removed uncertainty in the reinsurance market.
Australia
15 Apr 2013
16
Canterbury Earthquakes Residential Issues
Fewer aftershocks has given insurers and builders confidence to move ahead with settlement of claims by reinstatement.
Australia
14 Apr 2013
17
It Pays to Think About Causation in Negligence Actions
Several 2012 decisions have highlighted consideration of the crucial ingredient in negligence actions – causation.
Australia
14 Apr 2013
18
Using and Avoiding the Australian Court System to Resolve (RE)Insurance Disputes
This is an excerpt of a paper describing Australian insurance law, delivered at the AIDA Budapest Colloquium in 2012.
Australia
14 Apr 2013
19
Microinsurance: Protection from Poverty
Microinsurance policies can reduce the impact of devastating events, so have experienced massive growth in recent years.
Australia
14 Apr 2013
20
Joining Insurers to Proceedings – Section 6 LRMPA
These decisions reinforce the difficulties that plaintiffs may encounter in seeking to join insurers to proceedings.
Australia
14 Apr 2013
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