Renowned as a leading work in this field, Colinvaux and Merkin’s Insurance Contract Law provides a detailed examination of the law of insurance, with a particular focus on modern developments in the law and market.
The commentary relates to all forms of insurance and includes detailed analysis of marine and non-marine risks. It covers the principles of insurance law, explains specific issues of insurance contracts, losses and claims and general matters. This title is also available on Westlaw UK and as an eBook on ProView.
With two updates a year you will always be up to date on the latest legislative and case law developments, including changes introduced by the Consumer Insurance (Disclosure and Representations) Act 2012 and the Insurance Act 2015. There is also commentary on the FCA test case on Covid-related business interruption insurance policy wordings and changes to the regulatory rules post-Brexit.
This three-volume looseleaf also features:
- The definition of insurance
- Formation of the policy
- Addresses key issues such as utmost good faith
- Policy terms and interpretation
- Conditions and warranties
- Coverage of specific forms of policy
- Losses and claims, including fraudulent claims and calculation of loss
- Assignment and intermediaries
- Conflict of laws
- Regulation of insurance companies and Lloyd's
- Comprehensive tables of cases, statutes, statutory instruments and index
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