Waiver

Out-Law Guide | 13 Mar 2009 | 3:01 pm |

Kosmar v Trustees of Syndicate 1234 The Court of Appeal held insurers had not waived their right to rely on breach of condition precedent despite failing to reserve their position. Lexington v...
  • Kosmar v Trustees of Syndicate 1234
    The Court of Appeal held insurers had not waived their right to rely on breach of condition precedent despite failing to reserve their position.
  • Lexington v Multinacional de Seguros
    An assertion that there had been breach of a clause that was a condition precedent to liability did not waive reinsurers' right to rely on a subsequent breach of the clause to deny the claim.

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