When 2 insurers apparently cover the same date (4 September 2010)

Posted 14 Dec 2017 by GrantShandLawyers
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In BC 74246 v QBE Insurance (International) Ltd & Allianz Australia Insurance Ltd [2017] NZHC 1473 the High Court (Whata J) resolved a dispute between QBE and Allianz about who was liable for the 4 September 2010 earthquake where the relevant QBE insurance policy expired at 4pm on 4 September 2010, but there was also an Allianz policy for the same property that stated the period of insurance “effective date” 4 September 2010 and expiry date of 4pm on 4 September 2010.  The 4 September 2010 earthquake occurred at 4.35am.  QBE asked the Court to order Allianz to be equally liable on the basis that the Allianz policy commenced at […]

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