Category Archives: Insurance Law

The end of New Zealand’s Building Heritage?


Alarming suggestions over the weekend that elderly New Zealand buildings in places other than Dunedin and Northland may simply be uninsurable in the near future. Crombie Lookwood insurance brokers’ Richmond-based relationship manager Karen Botica told more than 50 invited guests … Continue reading

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Update on “A horrible thought about earthquake insurance”


I guess we should have known that whatever your worst fears about the insurance industry are, in reality you just aren’t thinking imaginatively enough. In an article in the Melbourne Age, Suncorp (one of Australia’s biggest insurers) chief executive Patrick … Continue reading

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