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19 February 2021
We reported earlier this month on the wide-ranging implications of the Supreme Court's judgment in the FCA's Test Case on non-damage business interruption (BI) cover for losses arising from the COVID-19 pandemic (The Financial Conduct Authority v Arch Insurance (UK) Ltd and Others  UKCS 1).
In terms of the impact on property, this is a significant decision for both landlords and tenants, where premises were forced to shut under the Government's instructions to businesses to close and stay at home and following the introduction of social distancing instructions, issued in March 2020.
The key takeaway points from Supreme Court's decision are:
For more detail on all aspects of the Supreme Court's decision, see our previous article here.
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