Property Co. Says Liverpool Victoria Can't Ax £2M Fire Claim

Law360, London (April 12, 2019, 8:51 PM BST) -- A property company shot back at one of Britain's biggest insurers in its lawsuit demanding coverage for a building fire that caused more than £2 million ($2.6 million) in damages, telling a London court that false information about its director that was later corrected shouldn't void its coverage.

In its Tuesday filing, Centaur Property Group Ltd. accused Liverpool Victoria Insurance Co. Ltd. of "daisychain reasoning" by using a statement filed back in 2014 misrepresenting that none of the company's directors had ever been officers of a company that became insolvent when that information was corrected before the policy was renewed in...

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