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The Court of Appeal has handed down an important judgment concerning the extent to which the Motor Insurance Bureau has an obligation under the Codified Motor Insurance Directive 2009/103/EC  to provide compensation where there is an unidentified or uninsured vehicle. The Court of Appeal held that the obligation extends to situations where there is a policy of insurance in being at the time of the incident given rise to liability, but that policy is subsequently avoided ab initio.

Tom de la Mare QC and Jason Pobjoy were instructed by Weightmans for the MIB.

A copy of the judgment is available here.

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