Residential-earthquake-decision-myall-v-tower-insurance

Posted 12 Jan 2018 by ChristchurchFiasco
Posted in Insurance , Legal
Judgment: 23 February 2017 JUDGMENT OF Judge DUNNINGHAM The Facts Mr Myall owned a large house called Riverlaw (eight bedrooms + six bathrooms) built in 1852 and registered with the Historic Places Trust. The house had been recently renovated and … Continue reading
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