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Insurance Law

Insurance Law

By Denis Boivin

CONTENTS
Canadian Insurance Law is a complex mixture of federal and provincial legislation, common law, and custom. This book offers a concise introduction to this patchwork of regulation. The book is divided into three parts.

Part One provides an introduction to the creation and enforcement of insurance contracts.

Part Two describes the fundamental rules applicable to the creation of insurance relationships.

Part Three outlines the basic rules governing the enforcement of insurance contracts.


CONTENTS

Part One: Insurance Law In Context

The Participants
The Products
The Regulatory Framework

Part Two: Creating Insurance Contracts

Insurable Interest
Disclosure
Intermediaries
Contract Formation

Part Three: Enforcing Insurance Contracts

Contract Interpretation
Settling Claims
Valuation of Loss
Subrogation
Multiple Coverage
Third Parties
   

Published January 2004
Publisher Irwin Law (Canada)
Paperback/361pp
ISBN 9781552210901
Australian RRP $60.00
International Price $55.00
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