When murder is the cause of a claim, life insurance can be a deadly business. But, ask Alex Forsyth and Alex Isted, how do we deal with such cases?
In cases of murder and insurance, the Forfeiture Rule (under the Forfeiture Rule and Law Succession Act 2011, see below) comes into play. This is a principle of public policy that a person who ‘unlawfully...
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