Co-operative Retail Services Ltd v Taylor Young Partnership

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[2002] HL The surprise decision in this case reveals a severe flaw in the Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT) insurance regime, whereby if a consultant is partly (even marginally) to blame for an insurable event under the joint names policy, then the insurer will be able to recover 100%...

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