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OVERSEAS UNION INSURANCE LTD. AND OTHERS v. INCORPORATED GENERAL INSURANCE LTD.

Lloyd's Law Reports

OVERSEAS UNION INSURANCE LTD. AND OTHERS v. INCORPORATED GENERAL INSURANCE LTD.

[1992] 1 Lloyd's Rep. 439

COURT OF APPEAL

Before Lord Justice Parker, Lord Justice Stuart-Smith and Lord Justice Mann

Reinsurance - Application to set aside - Plaintiffs entered into reinsurance contracts with South African defendants - Neither defendants nor plaintiffs except one authorized to carry on insurance business in Great Britain - Plaintiffs alleged moneys due under reinsurance contracts - Plaintiffs obtained leave to serve out of jurisdiction - Whether plaintiffs’ claim within R.S.C., O. 11, r. 1(1) - Whether England more appropriate forum - Whether writ should be set aside.

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