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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
Subscription Information: 3 releases a year, Non-Subscribable Product
Format:  Looseleaf
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Butler & Merkin’s Reinsurance Law provides you with a clear yet detailed introduction to the definition and legal nature of reinsurance. Updated three times a year, your subscription will ensure you are always kept up to date with all the key aspects of reinsurance law, from the formation of agreements to specific principles such as utmost good faith.

Other features of this looseleaf include:

  • Examines the terms of reinsurance contracts and gives guidance on interpretation
  • Considers general matters including assignment, winding up, reinsurance brokers and conflict laws
  • Addresses losses and claims
  • Covers subrogation, contribution, reinstatement, and arbitration
  • Features chapters setting out US law on utmost faith as it relates to reinsurance contracts
  • Analysis of all the relevant case law and legislation
  • Fully updated to take account of the changes made by the Insurance Act 2015
Part A    Principles of Reinsurance Law
  • A1    The Nature of Reinsurance
  • A2    The Development of Reinsurance
  • A3    The Legal Nature of Reinsurance
  • A4    The Regulation of Reinsurance
  • A5    Insurable Interest
  • A6    Formation of Reinsurance Agreements
  • A7    Utmost Good Faith
Part B    The Terms of Reinsurance Agreements
  • B1    Conditions and Warranties in Reinsurance Agreements
  • B2    The Content of Reinsurance Agreements
  • B3    Construction of Reinsurance Agreements
  • B4    Causation and Proof of Loss
  • B5    The Coverage of Reinsurance Agreements
  • B6    War Risks
Part C    Losses and Claims
  • C1    The Reinsurer’s Liability
  • C2    Scope of Liability: Aggregations
  • C3    Subrogation, Contribution and Reinstatement
  • C4    The Claims Process
  • C5    Arbitration
Part D    General Matters
  • D1    Assignment
  • D2    The Insolvency of Insurance Companies
  • D3    Reinsurance Brokers
  • D4    Conflict of Laws

General Editor
Professor Robert Merkin

3 releases per annum

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