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Enforcement of Insurance Contracts by or on behalf of Third Parties
The object of this article is to identify and analyse various actions which may assist a third party who is refused indemnification by an insurer on the ground that s/he was not privy to the contract of insurance. Enforcement of the contract pursuant to the Contracts (Privity) Act 1982 is identified as the most appropriate option that is potentially available to a third party. However, in order for the Act to apply to insurance policies, it will be necessary for the Court of Appeal to overruledoi:10.26686/vuwlr.v26i4.6148 fatcat:tqogmi4agje4hdfske53krdkxm