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  • Did You Know - What's the difference between Deeds and Agreements? - In this month's 'Did You Know?', Bernard Wall focuses on the difference between an agreement and a deed, and why you would use one or the other.
  • Most favoured customer clauses - Andrew Bruton and Audine Bartlett look at why most favoured customer clauses should be approached with caution.
  • When does an insurer have the right of subrogation? - When does an insurer have the right of subrogation? Many assume that personal accident policies are not contracts of indemnity, and hence do not give rise to subrogation rights of the insurer, but a recent case from Western Australia, Insurance Commission of WA v Kightly [2005] WASCA 154, is an important reminder that this isn't always the case.

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