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EC Insurance Law

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Robert MerkinProfessor of Law, Cardiff Law School, Angus Rodger

ISBN13: 9780582287198
ISBN: 0582287197
Published: June 1998
Publisher: Pearson Education Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £58.99

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This book provides a clear, concise and up-to-date account and analysis of EC law relating to the conduct of insurance business. The authors draw upon a wide range of source material relating to insurance law in both the UK and the Community as a whole.EC Insurance Law covers the development of a single insurance market, the Unfair Contract Terms Directive and proposals to harmonize insurance contract law, the harmonization of motor insurance, the free movement of the services of insurance intermediaries, the rules relating to jurisdiction and choice of law in insurance and reinsurance contracts, and the policy and practice of competition.As well as providing a succinct account of the development of EC Insurance law this book also provides a fascinating case study within the broader context of EC law and policy, impinging upon a variety of themes and fields such as the free movement of services, the relationship between EC and domestic law, and cross-border litigation.Robert Merkin is Professor of Commercial Law, Cardiff Law School, and editor of the Jour

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1. Introduction
2. Regulation and the Single Market
3. Motor Vehicle Insurance
4. Competition Policy and Insurance
5. Jurisdiction in Insurance Disputes
6. Choice of Law and Insurance Contracts
7. Harmonisation of Substantive Insurance Law Conclusion.