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09 October 2018
Dror Zamir Denial of liquidator claim based on 20-year-old claims-made policy

Israel - Levitan, Sharon & Co

The Jerusalem District Court recently dismissed a liquidator claim against an insurer based on a claims-made policy that had been issued 20 years previously and expired four years later. The court stated that it could not accept a claim filed 16 years after a company had stopped paying its claims-made insurance premiums as doing so could create a situation in which a policy never ends, which would be unreasonable.

Authors: Dror Zamir, Rotem Weiss
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