Case Note 17375 [1997] NZPrivCmr 6 – Couple complain insurance company refused to disclose informant’s identity

A husband and wife made a claim to an insurance company following a fire at their business premises. They later found out that two people had separately approached the insurance company and alleged the couple had deliberately lit the fire. The insurance company investigated the matter and discounted the allegations. The couple’s claim was accepted by the company.

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