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The importance of Insurance Law to the effective underpinning of many branches of law is self-evident and yet,until relatively recently, it is still not a widely taught subject in its own right. One reason might be that there is no suitable text book that attempts to bring together the materials: cases legislation, law reform proposals, articles, regulatory codes of conduct thus a range of essential, but specialist, ingredients which students and libraries might find difficult and expensive to gather together.
The materials are essential to the teaching and study of the subject. Each topic however is introduced by a clear text that will provide a useful and readable account which can be used by the reader as a stand alone overview of insurance law topics and be of crucial assistance at examination time. While the book concentrates on general principles of insurance law, it inevitably relies on examples (cases and legislation) taken from the main branches of motor, property, marine and liability insurance.