Pub Owner's £2M Fire Insurance Suit Stayed Until April

Law360, London (February 4, 2020, 4:35 PM GMT) -- A multimillion-pound dispute filed against Tokio Marine Insurance by an English pub and hotel damaged by a fire has been paused until April.

Judge David Foxton ordered that all proceedings in SLA Property Co. Ltd.'s case against a local roofing company and an insurance giant be stayed. No further details were disclosed in the Jan. 29 order.

SLA — which owns The Stag pub and Breckland Lodge hotel — filed its claim in London’s Commercial Court in January 2019, saying a fire allegedly caused by a repairman from roofing company Breckland Roofing Ltd. led to “significant damage” and resulted in the...

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