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We do not have your back: the importance of clear drafting in reinsurance contracts
This recent NSW Court of Appeal decision highlights the importance of clearly defining the scope of reinsurance cover.
Australia
4 Sep 2017
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Circumventing the usual allocation of reinsurance proceeds: in the matter of HIH Casualty & General Insurance Limited [2015] NSWSC 923
The relevant payments were held to be pursuant to an assignment agreement and not "under the contract of reinsurance."
Australia
7 Apr 2016
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Getting your priorities right: Sydney Water Corporation v McGrath [2014] NSWCA
This recent judgment helpfully illustrates the operation of a priority application in relation to reinsurance proceeds.
Australia
28 Aug 2014
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UK Supreme Court rules in favour of New Cap liquidators
A discussion of UK litigation involving an Australian reinsurer.
Australia
3 Nov 2012
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Reinsurance: Order of reinsurance proceeds varied
Amaca Pty Ltd & Ors v Messrs A G McGrath & C J Honey (as liquidators of HIH Group of Companies) & Anor [2012] NSWSC 176.
Australia
16 Jun 2012
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Reinsurance: First Bridgecorp, now a charge on "reinsurance" proceeds
A discussion of Ruscoe v Canterbury Policy Holders HC WN CIV 2011-485-1535.
Australia
16 Jun 2012
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Westport Insurance Corporation v Gordian Runoff Ltd
The High Court, by a majority, overturned an arbitration award over a dispute of the coverage of a reinsurance treaty.
Australia
24 Mar 2012
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Define Critical Terms Or Have The Court Define Them For You
Undefined terms in a reinsurance treaty led to a broad interpretation of the words “Trade Credit” that resulted in the reinsurer, General Reinsurance Australia Ltd (Gen Re) being liable for its share of a claim that it maintained was not intended to be covered by the treaty.
Australia
2 Nov 2009
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