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MacGillivray on Insurance Law 11th ed with 1st & 2nd Supplements isbn 9780414042469

MacGillivray on Insurance Law 11th ed

Edited by: Nicholas Legh-Jones, John Birds, David Owen

ISBN13: 9781847030535
New Edition ISBN: 9780414042469
Previous Edition ISBN: 0421704306
Published: December 2008
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print



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Macgillivray on Insurance Law is a classic work which deals with all insurance risks other than marine. Considered the "insurance law bible", MacGillivray has maintained a high profile amongst insurance lawyers and the wider industry for almost 100 years. There are countless examples of it being cited in the courts to clarify key arguments.

The 11th edition brings the work up to date. It takes account of the key legislative and judicial decisions, as well as the new regulatory structure for insurance under the Financial Services Authority.

  • Provides definitive reference for practitioners advising insurance and corporate clients
  • Offers unequalled explanation of general principles
  • Considers the separate classes of insurance business – life, personal accident, property, motor, etc
  • Discusses the parties to an insurance contract
  • Examines the complex issues that arise when claims are made and policies fail
  • Covers UK and Commonwealth insurance law alongside a useful comparison with US authorities
  • Supplies clear guidance on areas where the law is unclear or where disputes may arise

Subjects:
Insurance Law
Contents:
Section 1: General principles.
Section 2: Particular classes of business.
Section 3: Parties.