Good Faith and Insurance Contracts sets out an exhaustive analysis of the law concerning the duty of utmost good faith, as applied to insurance contracts. Now in its fourth edition, it has been updated to address the arrival of the Insurance Act 2015, as well as any references to new case law. In addition, it synthesises all known judicial decisions by the English Courts concerning good faith in this area.
This book is still the only text devoted to a discussion of the duty of utmost good faith applicable to insurance contracts. As good faith is an issue which arises in respect of all insurance contracts, it is a book which will be extremely useful to lawyers involved in insurance as well as insurance practitioners.
1. The Insurance Contract Uberrimae Fidei 2. Other Contracts of the Utmost Good Faith 3. The Nature of the Duty of the Utmost Good Faith 4. The Source of the Duty of Utmost Good Faith 5. Law Reform 6. Legislation Affecting the Duty of Good Faith 7. The Assured’s Duty of the Fair Presentation of the Risk at Placing 8. The Exceptions to the Duty of Disclosure at Placing 9. Modifications of the Duty of Disclosure at Placing 10. The Post-contractual Duty of Good Faith 11. The Assured’s Duty of Utmost Good Faith and Claims 12. The Insurer’s Duty 13. Third Parties 14. Materiality and Inducement 15. Examples of Material Facts 16. Remedies 17. The Loss of the Insurer’s Right to Exercise a Remedy or to Rely Upon a Breach of Warranty 18. Evidence: Proving a Breach of Duty or a Defence
This series deals with specialist subjects such as Lloyd’s and conflict of laws, as well as including more broad-ranging commentary on insurance legislation and litigation. Titles are written by premier legal minds, pre-eminent barristers, leading academics and Supreme Court Judges, which makes them an invaluable aid to all practitioners involved in insurance.