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Insurance Law for the Construction Industry 2nd ed isbn 9780199662906

Insurance Law for the Construction Industry

Edited by: Robert Hogarth

ISBN13: 9780199235513
New Edition ISBN: 9780199662906
Published: March 2008
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print



Insurance Law for the Construction Industry provides comprehensive coverage of the issues involving insurance encountered in the process of construction.

It gives practical answers to all the problems likely to be encountered when negotiating construction contracts, insurance policies or insurance claims.

This book is divided into four clear sections for ease of reference. It begins with a clear exposition of the principles of insurance law and then describes in detail the typical clauses found in insurance policies, the policies to be taken out by standard form construction contracts and how insurance is distributed and regulated. It draws together the many strands of insurance law providing an excellent point of reference for those working in this sector.

Questions of insurance arise in virtually all cases and as such this book will be of practical every day use to both the contentious and non-contentious lawyer. Written by an experienced team of practising solicitors from Reynolds Porter Chamberlain, this work combines both an overview of the relevant insurance law with the specific detail specialists will require.

Subjects:
Insurance Law, Construction Law
Contents:
1. Introduction
1. Overview of Insurance Contracts: General Insurance Principles
1.1. Placing a Policy , ;Diane Donnelly and Robert Hogarth
1.2. Warranties and Conditions
1.3. Claims
1.4. Subrogation
2. Specific Policies
2.1. How Policies Are Structured
2.2. Contractors' All Risks and Project Policies , ;Catherine Percy and Robert Hogarth;
2.3. Inherent Defects Insurance , ;Robert Hogarth
2.4. Consultants' Professional Indemnity , ;Alexandra Anderson
2.5. Design and Build Professional Indemnity , ;Richard Moody;
2.6. Product Liability , ;Stuart White
2.7. Product Recall , ;Mark Kendall
2.8. Employers' Liability , ;Gavin Reese and James Miller
2.9. Project Policies
2.10. D and O Insurance , ;Edward Smerdon
2.11. Captive Insurance , ;Rupert Boswall
3. Standard form Building Contracts, Sub-constracts and Professional Appointments
Michael Blackburne and Stephen Malley
3.1. Review of Provisions in Standard Contracts
3.2. Breach of Responsibility to Insure
3.3. Building Contracts
3.4. Insurance Requirements
3.5. Sub-contracts
3.6. Professional Appointments
4. Regulatory, Contractual and Other Obligations Affecting Insurance
4.1. Contractual and Statutory Obligations: VAT ,; Charles Suchett-Kaye
4.2. Third Party (Rights Against Insurers) Act 1930 , ;Gavin Reese
4.3. Insurance Distribution and Regulation , ;Kenneth Underhill
4.4. Collateral Warranties , ;Richard Moody
4.5. Professional Liabilities in Tort and Statute ,; Alexandra Anderson
4.6. Future Changes: Law Commission Reports , ;Stuart White ;