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Chung Man-Yau, Kwan Siu Hung v Sihon Co Ltd  3 HKC 197 (Court
of Appeal). This was an appeal on quantum of damages in a personal
Tai Hing (A Firm) & Anor v. Chan Yuk Wan & Anor 
3 HKC 155 (High Court)
An employee of the plaintiffs died as a result of a
Belgium is being taken to the European Court of Justice for failure
to fully transpose the provisions of the Third Non-Life Insurance
Directive on the...
The Defendant valuer valued the property in 1990 at £1.5 million.
The Plaintiff lender granted a non-status loan of 70% (£1.05
million). The borrower...
In South Australia Asset Management Corporation - v - York Montague
Limited (1996) ("SAAMCO"), the House of Lords considered three
appeals together on...
The Plaintiff cedant participated in a treaty which
was a reinsurance of the marine excess of loss account of a number
of Lloyd's syndicates.
The Commission has allowed a State aid injection of ECU 15.7bn
(£23bn) in return for the restructuring of the State-owned French
insurance group GAN.
The Commission has sent an official statement of objections to the
International Group of P&I Clubs, claiming that some of their
The Defendant caused a fire on the Plaintiff's
premises, resulting in damage in excess of £1 million.
The Defendant was covered under a household
The Financial Services Authority (FSA), the new "Super-Regulator",
was launched at the end of October and will be headed by the former
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