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Vol 23 No 4 April/May 2018

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Williams, Mortimer and Sunnucks: Executors, Administrators and Probate

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Principles of European Insurance Contract Law: A Model Optional Instrument for the Single Market


ISBN13: 9783866531840
Published: May 2011
Publisher: Sellier
Country of Publication: Germany
Format: Paperback
Price: £36.00



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Proceedings of the conference held in Vienna on 22nd January 2010 - including a postscript in honour of Fritz Reichert-Facilides

Following the publication of the Principles of European Insurance Contract Law (PEICL) in 2009, there has been significant political and academic discussion on their possible use as an optional instrument. Experts’ views on the topic were exchanged at a conference held in Vienna on 22nd January 2010. The distinguished speakers represented European politics, legal science, insurance industry, insurance intermediaries and consumers. In their keynote speeches, these independent experts, who were not involved in drafting the PEICL, presented their critical, unbiased opinions on the project.

This volume presents a collection of the speeches and includes reports on the subsequent discussions of the Vienna conference. It also includes a postscript in commemoration of the late Prof. Dr. FRITZ REICHERT-FACILIDES, LL.M. (Ann Arbor), whose visionary ideas led to the creation of the Project Group "Restatement of European Insurance Contract Law" and to the drafting of the PEICL.

Subjects:
Insurance Law, EU Law