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  1. Insurer ordered to indemnify for cost of restorative works following petrol contamination but not for preventative works

    22 June 2017 | Insurance & Health Law

    Insurer liable to indemnify for the cost or restorative, but not preventative, works following damage caused by explosion of petrol vapour from insured service station. Insurer's non disclosure defence rejected. In Issue Whether the loss fell within...

  2. NSWCA finds architect jointly liable for injuries to golf club patron who fell into sunken garden bed

    15 March 2017 | Insurance & Health Law

    A Golf Club and architect were both found liable on appeal for injuries sustained by a patron who fell into a garden bed adjacent to a car park. In Issue Whether the Golf Club was liable when the architect was found not liable at trial Whether the...

  3. A scuffle between patrons - Should the Bowling Club be found liable?

    26 June 2015 | Insurance & Health Law

    Overview When two patrons of the Ettalong Memorial Bowling Club (the Club) did not see eye to eye and a scuffle broke out, the Club’s security was brought into question. This article looks at Tilden v Gregg [2015] NSWCA 164 and the New South Wales...