noting the right of the Canadian government to be subrogated
to any rights of employee for amounts distributed by Wage Earner Protection Program).
in holding that the Federal Land Bank is entitled to be subrogated
to the lien of the first mortgage .
2002), a trustee became subrogated
to fraudulent transfer claims of [C.
Triborough Bridge Authority,(17) the court held that it was error for the lower court to have denied the surety summary judgment on its claim for the balance of the interpleaded funds, stating that since the "surety made payments under its bond and became subrogated
to the rights of the city, it has a superior right to the funds withheld by the city.
Thus, the insured is generally a key witness in proving a subrogated
claim against the wrongdoer, and the insurance company needs the insured's full cooperation to successfully pursue a claim against the wrongdoer.
Hansen,(44) a Wisconsin Supreme Court case holding that a fidelity bond insurer which pays a bank's loss attributed to a bank employee's fraudulent or dishonest acts is not subrogated
to the bank's right to sue its directors for their negligence in failing to prevent the loss.
In that same month, the Program collected over eight million dollars from debtors, $500,000 from other provinces and territories, and $800,000 in subrogated
In bankruptcy, unpaid subcontractors and subrogated
sureties share entitlements and proceeds of government construction contract after government's exercise of right to set-off, but one agency does not step into shoes of another.
Costa focuses in insurance, ranging from cover disputes, defence work, subrogated
recoveries and regulatory and compliance work.
Insurers can be subrogated
only to those rights possessed by the insured.
that the insurer should be subrogated
, either contractually or equitable, to the rights of the insured;(6)