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25 June 2019
Christiaan Jordaan Coverage 'thrilla' in Manila – court finds underinsured endorsement provides worldwide coverage

Canada - Theall Group LLP

A recent Alberta Court of Queen's Bench decision demonstrates that policyholders must carefully consider the interplay between an insurance policy and its endorsements. One consideration is the distinction between endorsements that provide standalone coverage and those intended only to modify an existing policy's terms. However, most important is the overarching principle that any limitations of coverage should be clearly stated.

Author: Christiaan Jordaan
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