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Winner of the BILA book prize for contribution to insurance law, The Law of Insurance Contracts is now in its sixth edition. It is widely regarded as the premier source on insurance contract law. Providing you with an exhaustive guide to insurance contract law, this book includes: • Coverage of all non-marine insurance contracts from proposal to expiry stage • Detailed notes that you can cite in court • Full coverage of the UK, plus other major common law jurisdictions
Chapter 1. Insurance Contracts Malcolm A Clarke and Robert L Purves Chapter 2. The Conflict of Laws Robert L. Purves Chapter 3. Insurable Interest in Life Chapter 4. Insurable Interest in Property Chapter 5. Third Party Rights Chapter 6. Assignment Chapter 7. Independent Intermediaries: Agents of the Insured Malcolm A. Clarke and Julian M. Burling Chapter 8. Agents: Authority to Bind the Insurer Malcolm A. Clarke and Julian M. Burling Chapter 9. Independent Intermediaries: Agents of the Insured: Rights and Duties Inter Se Malcolm A. Clarke and Julian M. Burling Chapter 10. The Proposal of Insurance Chapter 11. Contract Formation Malcolm A Clarke and Julian M Burling Chapter 12. Interim Insurance: Cover Notes and Binders Chapter 13. Premium Chapter 14. The Insurance Contract: Contents Chapter 15. The Insurance Contract: Construction Chapter 16. Cover: Loss and Proof of Loss Chapter 17. Cover: Causes of Loss Chapter 18. The Period of Cover Chapter 19. Exceptions Chapter 20. Warranties Chapter 21. Mistake Chapter 22. Misrepresentation Chapter 23. Part I: Non-Disclosure Chapter 23. Part II: The Effect of Misrepresentation and Non-Disclosure Chapter 24. Illegal Insurance Chapter 25. Causation Chapter 26. Claims Procedure Chapter 27. Claims Co-Operation and Good Faith Chapter 28. Indemnity Chapter 29. Reinstatement Chapter 30. Payment and Non-Payment Chapter 31. Subrogation
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.