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Forrest D. Ferguson v. Phoenix Assurance Company of New York

189 Kan. 459 (Supreme Court of Kansas, 1962)

Tags: Conditions

tl;dr: An evidentiary, not substantive, condition precedent for an insurance contract may be excused to allow for payout on a valid claim.

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Facts:Plaintiff Ferguson's store's safe was robbed. Ferguson had an insurance...

Holding:Judgment affirmed. Though the condition that both safe doors be...

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