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Greg Pynt's Australian Insurance Law: A First Reference is a clear and concise treatment of general insurance law in Australia and explains all the key concepts associated with general insurance law including the unique insurance ‘take’ on the duty of utmost good faith, conditions and warranties, causation, mitigation, subrogation and double insurance and contribution.
This book is perfect for insurance law students, insurance lawyers and those in the wider insurance industry as well as commercial and litigation lawyers looking for a clear introduction to insurance principles for addressing commercial or litigation issues in their everyday work.
The 3rd edition includes additional chapters on mitigation in insurance law and some common policy terms. It also covers analysis of common law and equitable principles relevant to insurance law and offers a detailed examination of the Insurance Contracts Act 1984 (Cth) that governs most insurance contracts with an Australian connection.