Case Comment – Harshad J. Shah v. LIC of India

In the case of Harshad J. Shah v. LIC of India[1], the Supreme Court dealt very closely with the issue of apparent/ostensible authority of an agent. While considering the question whether an LIC agent carried the apparent authority to collect premium cheques from policy-bearers, the Court examined the LIC of India (Agents) Regulations, 1972 andContinue reading “Case Comment – Harshad J. Shah v. LIC of India”