A writ of error having been brought an the judgment of the Court of Exchequer in this case (6 M. and W 442), it now came on for argument. The Court, however, on reading the record, were unanimously of opinion, that an averment of notice to the defendant that the policy had been affected was necessary to make the declaration good, arid that the judgment must he affirmed.
 EngR 277, (1840) 7 M and W 126, (1840) 151 ER 706 (A)
England and Wales
See Also – Vyse v Wakefield 1840
The declaration stated, that, by indenture, the defendant covenanted that he would, at any time or times thereafter, appear at an office or offices for the insurance of lives within London, or the bills of mortality, and answer such questions as . .
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Updated: 20 May 2022; Ref: scu.309703