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WHITE v. LONDON TRANSPORT EXECUTIVE AND MOTOR INSURERS' BUREAU

Lloyd's Law Reports

WHITE v. LONDON TRANSPORT EXECUTIVE AND MOTOR INSURERS' BUREAU

[1971] 2 Lloyd's Rep. 256

COURT OF APPEAL

Before Lord Denning, M.R., Lord Justice Edmund Davies and Lord Justice Stamp

Insurance (Motor) - Motor Insurers' Bureau - Passenger injured when bus braked violently - Untraced van driver responsible for accident - Bus company sued by passenger at Bureau's request - Whether Bureau entitled to be added as party to action - Motor Insurers' Bureau Agreement of Apr. 21, 19691 - R.S.C., Order 15, r. 6 (2) (b). Practice - Joinder of parties - Whether Motor Insurers' Bureau entitled to be added as party - R.S.C., Order 15, r. 6 (2) (b).

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