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Insurance Law: An Introduction

ISBN13: 9781843116776
Published: August 2007
Publisher: Informa Law from Routledge
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £195.00

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This handy desk side reference offers a comprehensive guide to insurance law, and will provide practitioners with a thorough understanding of all the main areas of insurance from motor, property and financial insurance to marine insurance.

The contributors covers the latest case law and best practice with reference to problem areas including fraudulent claims, third party rights against insurers and construing insurance terms, and comprehensive guidance is given on all key areas from the duty of utmost good faith to choice of law and jurisdictional issues. The book contains:

  • Ten chapters covering the need to know areas of insurance law
  • One chapter devoted to explaining the nature of insurance
  • A chapter on subrogation, contribution and reinstatement
  • An explanation of measure indemnity and of terms of insurance agreements
Written by a team of experts: Professor Robert Merkin, Southampton University; Dr Baris Soyer, Southampton University; Alison Padfield, Devereux Chambers; Angus Rodger, Steptoe and Johnson; John Lowry, University College London; Christopher Henley, Debevoise and Plimpton LLP; Alison Green, 2 Temple Gardens.

Insurance Law
The Nature of Insurance
Utmost Good Faith
Terms of Insurance Agreements
Measurement of Indemnity
Subrogation, Contribution and Reinstatement
Marine Insurance
Property and Financial Insurance
Motor and other Liability Insurance
Choice of Law and Jurisdictional Issues;