||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 68 (Apr)
|| EWCA Civ 453
||Court of Appeal, Civil Division
Rix, Moore-Bick LJJ and Bennett J
||Christopher Butcher QC, Timothy Saloman QC and Jonathan Hough (instructed by Stevens & Bolton LLP) for the claimant.
||Andrew Popplewell QC and Harry Matovu (instructed by Barlow, Lyde & Gilbert LLP) for the defendant.
||6 April 2009
Insurance - Contract of insurance - Construction of terms - Agency binder - Claimant broker specialising in legal expenses insurance - Claimant operating via intermediaries - Defendant insurance company entering into binder with claimant - Defendant terminating agreement - Defendant purporting to conduct run-off - Whether terms of binder entitling claimant to conduct run-off.
Insurance Contract of insurance. Court of Appeal, Civil Division: Where there was no clear language giving the claimant insurance broker the right to continue to act on the defendant insurance company's behalf, purportedly pursuant to the agreement between them but after the termination of that agreement, the claimant had no right to conduct the run-off against the defendant's wishes.
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