RoadPeace challenged certain legislation, as to compulsory insurance for motor vehicles, and for payment of compensation for personal injury and damages caused by uninsured driver, saying that it failed properly to implement European law.
Held: Ouseley J recorded and accepted the view of the Secretary of State for Transport and the Motor Insurers’ Bureau that section 145(3)(a) could not be read down and that there required to be amending legislation.
 EWHC 2725 (Admin),  WLR(D) 736
Road Traffic Act 1988 145 151 153(3), Third Parties (Rights Against Insurers) Act 2010 1(4), European Communities (Rights Against Insurers) Regulations 2002, Parliament and Council Directive 2009/103/EC
England and Wales
Cited – R and S Pilling (T/A Phoenix Engineering) v UK Insurance Ltd SC 27-Mar-2019
The driver’s car failed its MOT., He took it to private premises to repair. In those repairs, inflammable materials ignited and the fire spread those premises and adjoining third party premises. The premise’ insurers paid the owners of both and . .
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European, Personal Injury, Road Traffic, Insurance
Updated: 23 January 2022; Ref: scu.599418