Law of Insurance Contracts
The Law of Insurance Contracts is widely regarded as the primary source of information that practitioners turn to for detailed, authoritative solutions to any insurance contract problems that arise. Edited by Maggie Hemsworth, Senior Lecturer, Exeter University this two-volume looseleaf covers the following areas at length: Insurance contracts, The Conflict of Laws, Insurable Interest in Life, Insurable Interest in Property, Third Party Risks, Assignment, Agents, The Proposal of Insurance, Contract Formation, Interim Insurance, Premiums, Cover, Exceptions, Warranties, Mistakes, Misrepresentation, Non disclosure, Illegal Insurance, Causation, Claims Procedure, Claims Co-operation and Good Faith, Indemnity, Reinstatement, Payment and Non-payment and Subrogation.
With clear guidance through case law and legislation, and covering all the latest judgments from the courts, this definitive and dependable source of information is the best way to ensure you are always armed with the facts and that the information you are using is always up to date.
The Law of Insurance Contracts will provide you with:
- An exhaustive guide to the law of insurance contracts containing the answers to your day-to-day questions
- Coverage of all non-marine insurance contracts from proposal to termination of cover
- Detailed notes that you can cite in court
- Additional non-UK cases used to highlight and anticipate trends
- Discussion of contentious issues to ensure you stay in the know
- Invaluable practical guidance on proposal, formation, cover notes, premiums and much more
- Online access to the text to make your legal research quicker and easier than ever before