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TED BAKER PLC AND ANOTHER v AXA INSURANCE UK PLC AND OTHERS

LLR: Insurance & Reinsurance

TED BAKER PLC AND ANOTHER v AXA INSURANCE UK PLC AND OTHERS

[2017] Lloyd's Rep. IR 682

COURT OF APPEAL

Before Lord Justice Treacey,Lord Justice David Richards,Sir Clarke

Insurance (business interruption) – Claims co-operation clause – Requirement for assured to submit proofs as might reasonably be required by insurers – Whether clause broken – Effect of breach – Burden of proof – Effect of per loss deductible.

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