I have a car on lease agreement. The lea...

Asked by Fortue on 10-01-2018 11:06:16
Question posted in the Insurance Law category relating to Western Cape
Question value: R 200.00

I have a car on lease agreement.  The lease comes with an insurance which excludes business.  I was using the car for business and insured it for business with another insurer. 

My driver while on business had an accident and the car was a write off.  The business insurance is offering 50% and are saying it is dual insurance.  The original insurance is saying it is not dual insurance becaue the car was never insured for business with them.

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