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The Insurance Act 2015 comes into force on 12 August 2016. It is the first piece of legislation in the history of insurance to introduce wide-ranging changes to the law, and is the result of the work of the English and Scottish Law Commissions over a ten-year period starting in 2006.
The Insurance Act 2015 has repealed and replaced concepts dating back to the eighteenth century applicable to the placement of the risk and to the consequences of breach of policy terms.
comprehensively examines the new law in detail, with significant changes to the following chapters:
In addition to these substantial changes, the remaining text of Colinvaux has been updated to take account of other major developments, including: