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BRIGHT & CO. (INSURANCE), LTD. v. WRIGHT.

Lloyd's Law Reports

BRIGHT & CO. (INSURANCE), LTD. v. WRIGHT.

(1945) 79 Ll.L.Rep. 207

MAYOR'S AND CITY OF LONDONCOURT.

Before His Honour Judge A. Ralph Thomas.

Brokers - Insurance brokers - Commission - Introduction of business to brokers - Plaintiffs acting as insurance agents for S. to effect motor insurances-Insurances originally placed with company-Refusal by company to renew at same rate - Renewal effected (at suggestion of S.) with Lloyd's through defendants (Lloyd's brokers) on terms that plaintiffs should receive part commission - Commission paid by defendant to plaintiffs for three yearly renewal periods-Renewals then effected by S. with defendants direct - Right of plaintiffs to part commission- Claim by plaintiffs against defendants for damages for breach of contract (limited to £100).

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