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Claims against Uninsured and Untraced Drivers: Law and Procedure

Claims against Uninsured and Untraced Drivers: Law and Procedure
Law and Procedure
Practice Area:  Personal Injury Law
ISBN:  9780421795006
Published by:  Sweet & Maxwell
Author:Paul Cain
Publication Date:  29 Nov 2002
Subscription Information:  Non-Subscribable Product
Format:  Paperback
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The Motor Insurance Bureau typically handles almost 50,000 claims each year against uninsured and untraced motorists. This work is set to become the definitive text on these claims, covering the theory, practice and procedure in a practical and accessible style.
It combines stage-by-stage discussion of claims procedure with detailed discussion of case law, the basis in law of MIB liability and the various MIB Agreements.
* A comprehensive work guiding practitioners through both the theory and practice of claims involving the MIB
* Deals with all issues related to uninsured and untraced drivers' claims
* Includes the Agreements themselves and related case law


Part one
History of the MIB
Insurers liability pursuant to the Road Traffic Act 1988 and the article 75 regulations
MIB's obligations to meet unsatisfied judgment
Limitation of MIB's obligations pursuant to the Uninsured Drivers Agreements
Statutory and common law provisions limiting MIB's liability
Pre-litigation considerations of the claimant and MIB
Notice provisions in Uninsured Drivers Agreement: condition precedent
Service of proceedings on uninsured driver
MIB in proceedings
Foreign motorists in the U.K.
Part two
Scope and purpose of the MIB
Terms of application to relevant Untraced Drivers Agreement
Conditions precedent to establishing the MIB's liability under the Untraced Drivers AgreementsAssessment and payment of award by the MIB
Appeal provisions in Untraced Drivers Agreements
Power of the court to determine preliminary points of law to hear appeals on matters dealt with under the Arbitration Act 1996
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