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HOME INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK v. GAVEL.

Lloyd's Law Reports

HOME INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK v. GAVEL.

(1928) 30 Ll.L.Rep. 139

JUDICIAL COMMITTEE OFTHE PRIVY COUNCIL.

Before Viscount Haldane, Lord Shaw and Lord Blanesburgh.

Insurance (fire)-Policy-Condition precedent to liability that insurers' consent be obtained to prior or subsequent insurances with other companies - Subsequent insurance with another company held invalid - Whether a breach of condition freeing insurers from liability-Leave to appeal refused.

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