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Jun 21, 2005 in Insurance

“Public Liability Policy – Consequences of failure to name an interested party on the Policy”: NSW Arabian Horse Association Inc -v- Olympic Co-ordination Authority [2005] NSWCA 210

Author: Kate BlueJudgement Date: 23rd June, 2005Citation: NSW Arabian Horse Association Inc -v- Olympic Co-ordination AuthorityJurisdiction: NSW Court of Appeal[1]In BriefThis case considers the proper interpretation of a contract between the appellant and the respondent and whether the appellant was in breach of a contractual obligation to take out public liability insurance.  According to clause 6 of the contract, the respondent was to be...
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