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Deposit £300K Ahead Of £1.8M Aviva Trial, Care Home Told

Law360, London (March 4, 2019, 12:28 PM GMT) -- A property company suing Aviva Insurance for £1.8 million ($2.4 million) following a fire at a care home must pay more than £300,000 to the High Court in London as security against the insurers’ legal costs, a judge has ordered.

Judge Jonathan Klein said Toto Worldwide Properties Ltd. should pay the money before a trial that will hinge on whether the care home owner concealed the bankruptcy of one of its directors.

The company must pay £124,606 into the Court Funds Office within 14 days, Judge Klein said on Feb. 20. Toto must hand over a further £53,080 21 days before...

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