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Insurance Law Handbook

By: Noleen John, Charles Weston-Simons, Laura Hodgson
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Published: 11-11-2021
Format: PDF eBook (?)
Edition: 5th
Extent: 460
ISBN: 9781526515926
Imprint: Bloomsbury Professional
RRP: £112.50
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About Insurance Law Handbook

Insurance Law Handbook is a general, practical and accessible guide to all aspects of insurance law, including marine, aviation, employers' liability and professional indemnity.

The updated 5th edition includes:

- New chapter on cyber insurance
- New chapter on public liability insurance
- New chapter on comprehensive crime insurance
- Coverage of the Insurance Act 2015
- Consideration of the implications of Brexit

This specialist work combines a full range of information in one convenient, time-saving source of reference.

Table Of Contents

Part 1 – The Insurance Contract
Chapter 1: Contract of insurance
Chapter 2: Terms in insurance contracts
Chapter 3: Duration of insurance contracts
Chapter 4: Insurable interest
Chapter 5: Premiums
Chapter 6: Policyholder duties
Chapter 7: Policyholder protection
Chapter 8: Global insurance programmes
Part 2 – The Parties
Chapter 9: Brokers
Chapter 10: Underwriting agencies
Chapter 11: Lloyd's
Chapter 12: Insurance companies
Part 3 – The Claim
Chapter 13: Causation
Chapter 14: Claims
Chapter 15: Valuation of loss
Chapter 16: Subrogation and assignment
Chapter 17: Co-insurance
Chapter 18: Double insurance and contribution
Chapter 19: Average
Chapter 20: Third Parties (Rights Against Insurers) Act 1930
Part 4 – Dispute Resolution
Chapter 21: Arbitration
Chapter 22: Court proceedings
Chapter 23: Alternative dispute resolution
Part 5 – Specific Types of Insurance
Chapter 24: All risks insurance
Chapter 25: Aviation insurance
Chapter 26: Buildings and property insurance
Chapter 27: Comprehensive crime insurance
Chapter 28: Construction risks insurance
Chapter 29: Cyber insurance
Chapter 30: Directors' and officers' liability
Chapter 31: Employers' liability insurance
Chapter 32: Environmental insurance
Chapter 33: Goods in transit insurance
Chapter 34: Legal expenses insurance
Chapter 35: Marine insurance
Chapter 36: Motor vehicle insurance
Chapter 37: Product liability insurance
Chapter 38: Professional indemnity insurance
Chapter 39: Public liability insurance
Chapter 40: Reinsurance
Chapter 41: War risks
Part 6 – Regulatory Matters
Chapter 42: Regulation of sales of insurance products
Chapter 43: Insurance Business Transfers under the Financial Services and Markets
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