Ballasty v Army, Navy and General Assurance Association, Ltd

JurisdictionIreland
CourtUnspecified Court
Date1916
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4 cases
  • Superwood Holdings Plc v Sun Alliance & London Insurance Plc
    • Ireland
    • Supreme Court
    • 27 June 1995
    ...OFIRELAND Defendants/Respondents Citations: LONDON ASSURANCE V CLARE 57 LLR 254 BALLASTY V ARMY NAVY & GENERAL ASSURANCE ASSOCIATION LTD 50 ILTR 114 FUREY V EAGLE STAR & BRITISH DOMINIONS INSURANCE CO LTD 56 ILTR 23 COEN V EMPLOYERS LIABILITY ASSURANCE CORPORATION LTD 1962 IR 314 JUREIDI......
  • Manor Park Homebuilders Ltd v AIG Europe (Ireland) Ltd
    • Ireland
    • High Court
    • 13 June 2008
    ...Holdings v Sun Alliance & London Insurance Plc [1995] 3 IR 303, Ballasty v Army Navy and General Insurance Association Ltd (1916) 50 ILTR 114, Furey v Eagle Star and British Dominions Insurance Co Ltd (1922) 56 ILTR 23, Coen v Employer's Liability Assurance Corporation Ltd [1962] IR 314, ......
  • Coen v Employers Liability Assurance Corporation Ltd
    • Ireland
    • High Court
    • 24 May 1962
    ...is a matter to be determined when I have heard the views of the parties thereon. (1) [1939] 4 All E. R. 68. (2) 56 I. L. T. R. 23. (3) 50 I. L. T. R. 114. (4) [1931] I. R. 532. (5) [1915] A. C. 499. (6) [1936] 2 All E. R. 952. (7) 102 L. J. K. B. 337. (8) [1912] 1 Ch. 566. (9) [1908] 1 I. R......
  • Richardson v Army, Navy, & General Assurance Association
    • Ireland
    • King's Bench Division (Irish Free State)
    • 14 March 1924
    ...... whole contract, I do not see how the person setting up that repudiation can be entitled to insist on a subordinate term of the contract still being in force." Jureidini's Case (1) came to be considered in this Court in the case of another policy of the defendant company: Ballasty v.Army, Navy, and General Assurance Association, Ltd.(2). The defendants repudiated liability in that case on the ground of misrepresentation under condition 7, which was in precisely the same terms as in the present policy, and sought to stay the action pending a reference to arbitration; and it ......

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