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Butler and Merkin's Reinsurance Law
Butler and Merkin's Reinsurance Law
Number of volumes: 2
Practice Area:  Insurance Law
ISBN:  9780903393386
General Editor: Professor Robert M Merkin
Last Release: Mar 2014 / Next Release: Jul 2014
Subscription Information: 3 releases a year, Calendar year
Format:  Looseleaf
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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
This looseleaf guide provides a general introduction to the definition of reinsurance. This regularly updated work:
  • Considers the legal nature of reinsurance
  • Covers the formation and contents of reinsurance agreements and explains the principle of utmost good faith
  • Goes through the terms in a reinsurance contract, giving guidance on interpretation
  • Considers general matters including assignment, winding up, reinsurance brokers and conflict laws
  • Examines losses and claims, subrogation, contribution, reinstatement and arbitration
  • Features chapters by US editors setting out US law on utmost faith as it relates to reinsurance contracts
  • Includes analysis of all the relevant case law and legislation
CONTENTS
  • Principles of reinsurance law
  • The nature of reinsurance
  • The development of reinsurance
  • The legal nature of reinsurance
  • Insurable interest
  • Formation of reinsurance agreements
  • Utmost good faith
The reinsurance agreement
  • The terms of reinsurance agreements
  • The interpretation of reinsurance agreements
  • Coverage
Losses and claims
  • Extent of the reinsurer's liability
  • Nature of the reinsurer's liability
  • Subrogation, contribution and reinstatement
  • The claims process
  • Arbitration
General matters
  • Assignment
  • Winding up
  • Reinsurance brokers
  • Conflict of laws
 
 
SUBSCRIPTION INFORMATION
Initial price includes updating releases until December 2010 inclusive. We will contact you each year to ascertain whether you wish to renew your subscription.

3 updating releases published per annum.

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