Court of Appeal rules on ‘fundamental dishonesty’ (Howlett and another v Davies and Ageas Insurance Ltd)
Discussing the judgment in Howlett and another v Davies and Ageas Insurance Ltd, Tom Vonberg, says this case settles, in the defendant’s favour, the uncertainty that had previously existed as to qualified one way costs shifting (QOCS) and pleading requirements.
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This article was first published on Lexis®PSL Personal Injury on 15 November 2017.Back to articles
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