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Canterbury Earthquakes Insurance Tribunal – Code compliance matters are back on track

June 19, 2020

Peter Woods Partner
Tania Hutchinson Special Counsel
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The Canterbury Earthquakes Insurance Tribunal recently reversed its Practice Note direction, which stated that it was not prepared to decide whether particular repairs will comply with the Building Code.


Tania Hutchinson and Peter Woods discuss why this reversal is so significant.


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