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MARZOUCA v. ATLANTIC AND BRITISH COMMERCIAL INSURANCE COMPANY LTD.

Lloyd's Law Reports

MARZOUCA v. ATLANTIC AND BRITISH COMMERCIAL INSURANCE COMPANY LTD.

[1971] 1 Lloyd's Rep. 449

JUDICIAL COMMITTEE OFTHE PRIVY COUNCIL

Before Lord Hodson, Lord Donovan and Lord Diplock

Insurance (Fire) - Condition - Hotel not to "become unoccupied for more than 30 days" - Risk of fire not to be increased - Hotel converted into flats - Night-watchman not in building - Inflammable material used and stored by contractors - Hotel burnt down - Meaning of "unoccupied" - Whether condition broken - Contra proferentem rule.

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