Terror's tangled web
A gap has emerged in the terrorist cover provided by the Treasury-backed Pool Re mutual insurer and the cover being offered on the open market. Andrew Johnson charts a possible way through the impasse for landlords and tenants alike
Readers will no doubt be familiar with the many articles written since 11 September dealing with the subject of terrorism insurance (or rather the lack of it) and the problems that may arise in traditional institutional or full repairing and insuring leases (FRI leases) due to the current situation.
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