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Reforming Marine and Commercial Insurance Law

Edited by: Baris Soyer

ISBN13: 9781843117742
Published: November 2008
Publisher: Informa Law
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £235.00



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Reforming Marine and Commercial Insurance Law provides a comprehensive, coherent and practical legal analysis of the work currently undertaken by the English and Scottish Law Commissions with a view to reforming the current legal regime.

Written by a team of experts from the legal profession, insurance market and academia, this book offers a critical discussion on the legal and practical implications of planned law reform in this area.

Subjects:
Shipping, Transport and Maritime Law
Contents:
Chapter 1: Reforming pre-contractual information duties of the assured: A case against the reform, Alan Weir
Chapter 2: Reforming pre-contractual information duties of the assured: A case for the reform, Martin Bakes
Chapter 3: Reforming pre-contractual information duties of the intermediaries of the assured, Professor Rob Merkin
Chapter 4: Reforming pre-contractual information duties: A Market Perspective, Derrick Cole
Chapter 5: Reforming Warranties, The Hon Mr Justice Aikens
Chapter 6: Reforming Warranties: Are we going forward or backwards?, Dr Baris Soyer
Chapter 7: Insurable Interest, Mr Mark Templeman QC
Chapter 8: Post-contractual good faith and late payment of claims, Peter MacDonald Eggers
Chapter 9: What does the future hold?, Professor Howard Bennett;