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CAMERON v HUSSAIN AND ANOTHER

LLR: Insurance & Reinsurance

CAMERON v HUSSAIN AND ANOTHER

[2017] Lloyd's Rep. IR 487

COURT OF APPEAL

Before Lady Justice Gloster,Lord Justice Jones,Sir Cranston

Insurance (motor) – Compulsory insurance – Driver of vehicle unidentified – Whether victim entitled to judgment against unidentified driver – Whether victim could enforce judgment against vehicle's insurers – Road Traffic Act 1988, sections 143, 151 and 152 – Motor Insurers’ Bureau Untraced Drivers Agreement.

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