Godin v The London Assurance Company: 1746

Insurance made by a factor, who has a lien on the goods of his principal, does not pass by a consignmerit of the goods insured to a third person, by the principal.


[1746] EngR 202, (1746-1779) 1 Black W 104, (1746) 96 ER 58



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See AlsoGodin Et Al v London Assurance Company 9-Feb-1758
The defendant insurers contended that because there had been double insurance they ought only to have to pay half the loss, although neither insurer had as yet paid any sum. They appealed against an order that it pay the whole loss.
Held: The . .
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Updated: 18 May 2022; Ref: scu.380590