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Insurance Law: Cases and Materials


ISBN13: 9781841132747
ISBN: 1841132748
Published: July 2004
Publisher: Hart Publishing
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £49.99



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Given the sheer expanse of insurance law, the aims of this book must necessarily be modest. While it is intended that it should complement "Insurance Law: Doctrines and Principles", the authors have taken the opportunity presented by fashioning a casebook to integrate the jurisprudence from other common law jurisdictions, particularly the USA, as a means of demonstrating how problems which have long confronted the English courts frequently receive different legislative/judicial responses elsewhere.

Although the emphasis of the book lies with the case law spanning some two centuries, the authors introduce each section with a brief narrative designed to focus the reader's attention as he or she works through the cases. A critical approach is adopted and emphasis is given to major journal articles and to the current UK and EU reform agenda.

Subjects:
Insurance Law
Contents:
PART I: INTRODUCTION
1. THE INSURANCE CONTRACT
2. REGULATION OF INSURERS

PART II: CONTRACT FORMATION AND TERMS
3. INSURANCE INTERMEDIARIES
4. THE DUTY OF DISCLOSURE AND MISREPRESENTATION
5. FORMATION OF THE INSURANCE CONTRACT
6. THE DOCTRINE OF INSURABLE INTEREST IN PROPERTY INSURANCE
7. THE DOCTRINE OF INSURABLE INTEREST IN LIFE ASSURANCE
8. CONTRACTUAL TERMS
9. CONSTRUCTION OF CONTRACT TERMS

PART III: CLAIMS
10. CAUSATION
11. CLAIMS
12. SUBROGATION, ABANDONMENT AND DOUBLE INSURANCE
13. INDEMNITY AND REINSTATEMENT