Kyle Bay Ltd (T/A Astons Nightclub) v Underwriters: CA 7 Feb 2007

The claimant had been insured under a business interruption insurance policy issued by the respondent defendaants. A claim had arisen, and had been settled, but the caimant said that the parties had mistaken the basis of the policy and had settled it on the basis that it was on a ‘gross profits basis’ which was subjet to averaging. In fact it was a ‘declaration-linked’ policy not subject to averaging. The mistake was, the claimants said, the result of a misrepresentation by the underwriters, or at least as a common mistake. The claim had been refused by the judge. The claimants now appealed.
Held: The appeal failed.
Ward, Neuberger, Wilson LJJ
[2007] 1 CLC 164, [2007] EWCA Civ 57, [2007] Lloyd’s Rep IR 460
Bailii
England and Wales
Citing:
Appeal fromKyle Bay Ltd (T/A Astons Nightclub) v Underwriters Subscribing Under Policy No. 019057/08/01 ComC 29-Mar-2006
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Updated: 01 February 2021; Ref: scu.248384