In re Acceptance Insurance Companies, Inc. v. Granite Reinsurance Company, Ltd., 383 B.R. 128 (Bankr. D. Neb. 2008)

(reinsurer sought unpaid premium for reinsurance of crop loss insurance issued by subsidiary of bankrupt debtor, and debtor sought return of premium amounts previously paid; court determined that it was clear that parties intended and understood the contract to provide reinsurance coverage and be supported by consideration; although subsidiary did not sign reinsurance contract, contract defined reinsurance to include both debtor and its subsidiary and debtor signed contract on subsidiary’s behalf; reinsurer entitled to full premium amount). 

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