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WHITEHEAD v. HULLETT.

Lloyd's Law Reports

WHITEHEAD v. HULLETT.

(1945) 79 Ll.L.Rep. 410

KING'S BENCH DIVISION.

Before Mr. Justice Lynskey.

Jewellery insurance-All risks-Proof of loss- Onus of proof-Insurance of diamond necklace by plaintiff with defendant underwriter-Claim under policy-Allegation by plaintiff that necklace, which he carried in an inside pocket of his waistcoat, was stolen from his person on a particular day when he attended the Law Courts-Method alleged to have been used by thief-Statements made by plaintiff as to circumstances surrounding loss-Statements at variance with each other and with plaintiff's evidence in Court.

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