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Ferrcom v Commercial Union Assurance Co of Australia (1993) 176 CLR 332

This case considered the issue of the ongoing obligations under a contract of insurance and whether or not the failure of the owner of an unregistered crane to notify the insurer that the crane was now registered amounted to a material prejudice and what was the value of that prejudice.

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Ferrcom v Commercial Union Assurance Co of Australia (1993) 176 CLR 332
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