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QOCS was never meant to allow Claimants to issue knowing that they could discontinue if the claim was challenged. https://t.co/rVqyRAyGr9
RT @JudyDawson15: An important case for insurers. Where Cls issue proceedings and then discontinue for no good reason, they should not be p…
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