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MacGillivray on Insurance Law
MacGillivray on Insurance Law
14th Edition
Practice Area:  Insurance Law
ISBN:  9780414067493
Published by:  Sweet & Maxwell
Publication Date:  04 Sep 2018
Subscription Information:  Non-Subscribable Product
Format:  Hardback
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MacGillivray on Insurance Law is the most authoritative work for analysis of the law and legislation governing non-maritime commercial insurance and risk.

This first supplement updates the 13th edition with the most recent case law and legislation.

This supplement is available in Print, eBook and on Westlaw UK.

The 13th edition provides detailed analysis of the highly significant Insurance Act 2015 and outlines its impact on the law of warranties, good faith, and remedies.

It is part of Sweet & Maxwell’s Insurance Practitioners Library and is an essential title, providing guidance and clarification at a crucial time for the insurance industry.

The first supplement includes the latest decisions in:

  • Moreno v The Motor Insurers’ Bureau [2016] UKSC 52
  • Versloot Dredging BV v HDI Gerling Industrie Versicherung AG [2016] UKSC 45
  • Hayward v Zurich Insurance Company plc [2016] UKSC 48
  • Patel v Mirza [2016] UKSC 42
  • ERGO Insurance SE v IF P&C Insurance AS EU:C:2016:40
  • Involnert Management Inc v Aprilgrange Ltd [2015] EWHC 2225 (Comm); [2015] 2 Lloyd’s Rep. 289
  • Frasca-Judd v Golovina [2016] EWHC 497 (QB); [2016] 4 WLR 107
  • Cape Distribution Ltd v Cape Intermediate Holdings Plc [2016] EWHC 1119 (QB)
  • Cape Distribution Ltd v Cape Intermediate Holdings Plc [2016] EWHC 1786 (QB)
  • XL Insurance Co SE (formerly XL Insurance Co Ltd) v AXA Corporate Solutions Assurance [2015] EWHC 3431 (Comm)
  • R + V Versicherung AG v Robertson & Co SA [2016] EWHC 1243 (QB)
  • Axa Versicherung AG v Arab Insurance Group (BSC) [2016] Lloyd’s Rep. I.R. 1
Section I: General Principles

1 Nature of Insurance and Insurable Interest
2 Formation of the Contract
3 Form of the Contract
4 The Period Prior to Issue of the Policy
5 Execution and Delivery of Policy
6 Commencement and Termination of Risk
7 Payment of Premium
8 Return of Premium
9 Salvage Premiums
10 Warranties and Other Policy Terms
11 Construction of Policies
12 Rectification
13 Conflict of Laws
14 Illegality
15 Mistake
16 Misrepresentation
17 Good Faith and the Duty of Disclosure
18 Fraud, Misrepresentation and Non-disclosure by Third Parties
19 Consumer Insurance (Disclosure & Representations) Act 2012
20 The Insurance Act 2015
21 The Loss
22 The Claimant
23 Reinstatement
24 Subrogation
25 Rights of Two or More Insurers

Section II: Particular Classes of Business

26 Life Insurance
27 Personal Accident Policies
28 Property Insurance: Fire policies
29 Property Insurance: Other Insurances on Property
30 Third Party Risks
31 Motor Vehicle Insurance
32 Aviation Insurance
33 Insurance Against Pecuniary Loss
34 Contractors’ Risk Policies
35 Reinsurance

Section III: Parties

36 Insurance Companies
37 The Course of Business at Lloyd’s
38 The Role of Agents in Insurance Business
Professor John Birds
John Birds is Emeritus Professor at the University of Manchester and Honorary Professor at the University of Sheffield. Previously he was Professor of Commercial Law at the Universities of Sheffield (1989- 2006) and Manchester (2006-2011). He is a leading authority on company law and insurance law, having published widely in both areas and has acted as consultant to government and private bodies. His publications include Modern Insurance Law (9th edition, 2013) and he is one of the editors of Principles of European Insurance Contract Law (2nd edition, 2015). He has been an editor of MacGillivray since the 8th edition.

Ben Lynch
Ben Lynch is ranked as a leading junior in insurance, professional negligence, commercial dispute resolution and telecommunications. Ben regularly appears (both alone and being led) in the Commercial Court, other divisions of the High Court, the Competition Appeal Tribunal, the Court of Appeal, Arbitrations and Mediations. Ben has worked on MacGillivray since the 11th edition.

Simon Paul
Simon is a junior barrister at Fountain Court Chambers with a commercial and civil practice covering insurance and reinsurance, aviation, fraud and commercial dispute resolution. Simon joined the MacGillivray team in 2016.


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