Insurance (motor) - Tort - Ex turpi causa - Claimant injured while being carried as passenger in defendant's vehicle - Both claimant and defendant in possession of cannabis - Whether claimant's tort action barred by ex turpi causa defence - Whether Motor Insurers' Bureau liable - MIB Uninsured Drivers Agreement 1999, clause 6.
Insurance broker - Commission - Broker not disclosing amount of commission to assured - Whether broker in breach of fiduciary duty - Whether assured had the right to avoid the policy - Prevention of Bribery Ordinance (Cap 201).
Insurance (property) â Landlord and tenant â Whether tenant bound to pay premium to landlord â Whether obligation to pay depended upon payment by landlord â Whether landlord failed to note interest of tenant on policy â Loss of subrogation rights.
Insurance (property - Measure of indemnity - Assured suffering four losses during currency of policy - Whether unrepaired partial losses merged into total loss - Whether reinstatement frustrated by later events - Marine Insurance Act 1908, section 77.
Insurance (motor)- Vehicle unlawfully taken - Action by passenger - Whether passenger knew that vehicle was unlawfully taken - Road Traffic Act 1988, section 151 - Second Motor Insurance Directive, Council Directive 84/5/EEC.
Reinsurance (excess of loss) – Conflict of laws – Claim against the reinsured in the Philippines under policy governed by local law – Excess of loss reinsurance agreement governed by English law and subject to English jurisdiction – Claim by reinsurers for negative declaratory relief – Whether action should be stayed – Senior Courts Act 1981, section 43(3) – CPR 3.1(2)(f).
Insurance (motor) – Insured person injured as passenger in his own vehicle while being driven by uninsured person – Whether insurers entitled to recover sums paid to the passenger from the passenger himself – Consolidated Motor Insurance Directive 2009, European Parliament and Council Directive 2009/103/EC – Road Traffic Act 1988, section 151(8).
Insurance (liability) – Fraudulent claim against assured – Whether claim could be struck out after judgment given – Interest – Costs – Contempt of court – CPR 3.4(2) and 32.14(1) – Inherent jurisdiction.
Insurance (motor) – Vehicle used to carry out sexual assaults – Whether motor insurers were liable – Whether claims arose out of use of vehicle on road – Whether policy covered claims – “Accident” – Social, domestic or pleasure purposes – Primary purpose – Road Traffic Act 1988, sections 145 and 151.
Insurance (regulation) – Repair and replacement of defective or damaged equipment – Whether amounting to insurance business for miscellaneous financial loss – Winding up of unauthorised insurer – Financial Services and Markets Act 2000, sections 19 and 367 – Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (Regulated Activities) Order 2001, SI 2001/544, article 10, class 16.
Insurance (fire) – Composite policy – Deliberate destruction by one co-assured – Non-disclosure of previous fraudulent claims – Effect of fraud and non-disclosure by one co-assured – Subrogation – Condition precedent relating to claims – Effect of breach – Whether breach excused by Unfair Terms in Consumer Contracts Regulations 1999 – Effect of ICOBS 8.
 Lloyd's Rep. IR 253
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