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NOTTINGHAM v. ALDRIDGE AND POST OFFICE; PRUDENTIAL ASSURANCE COMPANY LTD. (THIRD PARTY)

Lloyd's Law Reports

NOTTINGHAM v. ALDRIDGE AND POST OFFICE; PRUDENTIAL ASSURANCE COMPANY LTD. (THIRD PARTY)

[1971] 1 Lloyd's Rep. 424

QUEEN'S BENCH DIVISION

Before Mr. Justice Eveleigh

Insurance (Motor) - Policy - Post Office trainee injured while travelling as passenger in van driven by fellow trainee - Driver given mileage allowance by Post Office for himself and also additional allowance for passenger in respect of journey to training establishment - Liability of insurers on their comprehensive policy with van owner (driver's father). Master and servant - Vicarious liability - Car allowance for servants, driver and passenger on trainee course of employers - Injury to passenger - Whether driver "in course of his employment" - Whether relationship of master and servant existed.

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