Restrictions on Avoidance
London and Bermuda Newsletter
In light of the proposed reforms of insurance contract law, the issue of questions asked by the insurer becomes even more pertinent. It is possible now (and may be even more so under new law) that an insurer will be taken to have waived disclosure by virtue of the scope of the questions asked. These issues were discussed in the recent case of Noblebright Ltd v Sirius International Corporation  2 Lloyd's Rep IR 30.