Axa puts blame on Lockton as legal dispute continues

High Court London

The provider denies claims that it owes £1.68m in damages after property investor Aubrey Weis took it to court in September.

Axa has stated that Lockton’s error is to blame in its ongoing legal dispute with property investor Aubrey Weis.

Weis, trading as Combined Property Control, and another company partially owned by Weiss, Elcombe Limited, brought the case against Axa in September.

This followed on from an ongoing legal dispute between CPC and Lockton, in which the broker has been accused of changing an insurance certificate, two settlement forms and faking some details on an email from Axa.

The cases relate to

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