Oregon Lamb Weston Agreement

 Third, there is an even more fundamental problem with the defendant`s theory.   If, on the other hand, there is double insurance coverage, the substitution theory does not apply by law.   Rather, it depends on the agreement of the parties.  Hartford v. Aetna Mt Hood Radio, 270 Gold. 226, 233, 527 pp. 2d 406 (1974).   It is indisputable that on January 11, 2007, the Dodsons first asked the defendant to lift their policy.   Indeed, the agreement between the Dodsons and the defendant, which embodied the Dodsons` right to cancel the policy at the time of the loss of the object, was in politics itself.

  As mentioned above, paragraph 2 of the policy`s « General Terms » provided that « [insureds] may terminate the policy at any time by sending it back to us or informing us of the current or future date of termination. »  Third, there is an even more fundamental problem with the defendant`s theory.   On the other hand, if there is double insurance coverage, the substitution theory does not apply by law.   Rather, it depends on the agreement of the parties.  Hartford v. Aetna Mt Hood Radio, 270 Gold. 226, 233, 527 pp. 2d 406 (1974).   It is undeniable that on January 11, 2007, the Dodsons first asked the defendant to repeal its policy.

  The agreement between the Dods and the defendant, which embodied the Dodsons` right to cancel the policy at the time of the loss of the object, was in politics itself.   As mentioned above, paragraph 2 of the policy`s « Terms and Conditions » states that « [insureds] may terminate the policy at any time by sending it back to us or informing us of the current or future date of termination. » EAGLE, Idaho — Lamb Weston Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: LW) announced today that it has entered into an agreement to acquire Ready Meals Pty Ltd (Ready Meals), a frozen potato producer in Australia. The terms and conditions were not disclosed. The first appearance of the principles of proportional contribution in Anglo-American law appears to be less than 132 of the Admiralty title, where the principles of the general average have been used for at least 500 years. Hopkins, Average and Arbitration, 4th ed, 6. In cases where a trader`s goods were abandoned or destroyed to save the rest of the operation from imminent danger, the loss was borne by all interest in relation to the value of their saved goods. Hopkins, supra, 47. The proportional contribution applied in these cases can easily be justified on an undue enrichment basis, since each owner was required to make a contribution commensurate with the benefit he received. In the appeal proceedings, the defendant does not dispute that the Lamb-Weston rule would control the outcome of the case in this case if the dodsons do not retroactively terminate the defendant`s policy on a date prior to the loss of the object.   Instead, the defendant argues that when the dodsons received coverage from the plaintiff`s owners prior to the loss, the plaintiff`s policy « was effectively replaced by the older policy that replaced them. »   According to the accused, 6.