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Agreement, not Form, decides Coverage

The Ontario Court of Appeal has released an interesting (from an insurance perspective) decision on whether an insurer’s failure to use a prescribed form invalidates an otherwise proper agreement between an insurer and insured. In Royal & Sun Alliance v.

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Agreement, not Form, decides Coverage

The Ontario Court of Appeal has released an interesting (from an insurance perspective) decision on whether an insurer’s failure to use a prescribed form invalidates an otherwise proper agreement between an insurer and insured. In Royal & Sun Alliance v.

The post Agreement, not Form, decides Coverage appeared first on insBlogs.

Agreement, not Form, decides Coverage

The Ontario Court of Appeal has released an interesting (from an insurance perspective) decision on whether an insurer’s failure to use a prescribed form invalidates an otherwise proper agreement between an insurer and insured. In Royal & Sun Alliance v.

The post Agreement, not Form, decides Coverage appeared first on insBlogs.

Agreement, not Form, decides Coverage

The Ontario Court of Appeal has released an interesting (from an insurance perspective) decision on whether an insurer’s failure to use a prescribed form invalidates an otherwise proper agreement between an insurer and insured. In Royal & Sun Alliance v.

The post Agreement, not Form, decides Coverage appeared first on insBlogs.

Agreement, not Form, decides Coverage

The Ontario Court of Appeal has released an interesting (from an insurance perspective) decision on whether an insurer’s failure to use a prescribed form invalidates an otherwise proper agreement between an insurer and insured. In Royal & Sun Alliance v.

The post Agreement, not Form, decides Coverage appeared first on insBlogs.

Agreement, not Form, decides Coverage

The Ontario Court of Appeal has released an interesting (from an insurance perspective) decision on whether an insurer’s failure to use a prescribed form invalidates an otherwise proper agreement between an insurer and insured. In Royal & Sun Alliance v.

The post Agreement, not Form, decides Coverage appeared first on insBlogs.

Agreement, not Form, decides Coverage

The Ontario Court of Appeal has released an interesting (from an insurance perspective) decision on whether an insurer’s failure to use a prescribed form invalidates an otherwise proper agreement between an insurer and insured. In Royal & Sun Alliance v.

The post Agreement, not Form, decides Coverage appeared first on insBlogs.

Agreement, not Form, decides Coverage

The Ontario Court of Appeal has released an interesting (from an insurance perspective) decision on whether an insurer’s failure to use a prescribed form invalidates an otherwise proper agreement between an insurer and insured. In Royal & Sun Alliance v.

The post Agreement, not Form, decides Coverage appeared first on insBlogs.

Agreement, not Form, decides Coverage

The Ontario Court of Appeal has released an interesting (from an insurance perspective) decision on whether an insurer’s failure to use a prescribed form invalidates an otherwise proper agreement between an insurer and insured. In Royal & Sun Alliance v.

The post Agreement, not Form, decides Coverage appeared first on insBlogs.

Agreement, not Form, decides Coverage

The Ontario Court of Appeal has released an interesting (from an insurance perspective) decision on whether an insurer’s failure to use a prescribed form invalidates an otherwise proper agreement between an insurer and insured. In Royal & Sun Alliance v.

The post Agreement, not Form, decides Coverage appeared first on insBlogs.

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