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This text presents a detailed examination of the developing law of insurance which combines exposition with critical analysis. The intention is to meet the needs of typical undergraduate courses, while also providing the essential framework for those studying insurance law at postgraduate level. The authors have complemented the text with extensive citations to case law and academic commentaries, making the book useful to students, scholars and practitioners.
The book is divided into three parts. Part one considers the general principles underlying the law of insurance contracts. Part two examines the way in which these principles are shaped by the particular insurance context in which they operate. Part three considers the regulation of insurance business, the role played by insurance intermediaries and the protection of policyholders. An emphasis is placed on the proposed reforms of insurance law both at national level and from the EU perspective.