Waters v The Monarch Fire and Life Assurance Co: 1856

The plaintiff must show an insurable interest in goods to make a claim. This will usually means that he is at least either a part-owner or bailee.
(1856) 5 El and Bl 870
England and Wales
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CitedAlfred Mcalpine Construction Limited v Panatown Limited HL 17-Feb-2000
A main contractor who was building not on his own land, would only be free to claim damages from a sub-contractor for defects in the building where the actual owner of the land would not also have had a remedy. Here, the land owner was able to sue . .

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Updated: 09 May 2021; Ref: scu.218912