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Supreme Court upholds opt-out ruling in Southern Response case

Paul McBeth
Tue, 17 Nov 2020

The Supreme Court has upheld earlier rulings allowing a representative action brought against Southern Response Earthquake Services to go ahead on an opt-out basis. The decision could pave the way for millions of dollars in compensation for those who argue they were badly treated in the aftermath of the Canterbury quakes.Southern Response, the government entity set up to settle claims on the failed AMI Insurance, sought to overturn earlier judgments which meant policyholders were joined to the action, unless they actively chose not to part...

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Govt venture fund loses 2nd CEO
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