|Book||Colinvaux's Law of Insurance 9th Edition||13/09/2010||9780414042339||N/A|
Renowned for a crisp, analytical style that succinctly explains complex topics, Colinvaux gives readers a detailed account of all the essential components of insurance law.
The ninth edition emphasises the impact of recent cases and legislation on the established principles, notably changes to the Companies Act 2006, House of Lords decisions in WASA v Lexington and Moore Stephens v Stone Rolls. The book deals individually with marine, life and accident, liability, property, financial and motor vehicle insurance, deals with reinsurance, and discusses the impact of the credit crunch on insurance law.
Regular supplements keep the work up-to-date with the latest developments.
· Part I: The Contract of Insurance. Conflict of Laws. Construction of the Policy. Insurable Interest. The Risk. Utmost Good Faith. Terms of Insurance Contracts. The Premium. Claims. Indemnity. The Rights of Insurers. Statutory Control of Insurers.
· Part II: The Parties. The Regulation of Insurers. The Assured. Insurance Intermediaries. The Insolvency of Insurance Companies.
· Part III: Special Types of Insurance Contract. Reinsurance. Life and Accident Insurance. Property Insurance. Liability Insurance. Motor Vehicle Insurance. Financial Insurance. Marine Insurance. War Risks.
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