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General Editor Dr Baris Soyer
With reform of warranties, utmost good faith and insurable interest underway, Reforming Marine and Commercial Insurance Law provides a timely and essential analysis.
The entire insurance sector is observing and participating in the reform process and this wide interest is reflected in the varied and extremely high quality of contributions to this book.
This book intends to evaluate the legal and practical implications of the proposals on commercial and marine insurance contracts. The contributions, from legal practice, the insurance sector, the judiciary and academia, comment critically on the proposals and discuss the viability and future of the reform process.
Chapter 1: Reforming pre-contractual information duties of the assured: A case against the reform, Alan Weir
Chapter 2: Reforming pre-contractual information duties of the assured: A case for the reform, Martin Bakes
Chapter 3: Reforming pre-contractual information duties of the intermediaries of the assured, Professor Rob Merkin
Chapter 4: Reforming pre-contractual information duties: A Market Perspective, Derrick Cole
Chapter 5: Reforming Warranties, The Hon Mr Justice Aikens
Chapter 6: Reforming Warranties: Are we going forward or backwards?, Dr Baris Soyer
Chapter 7: Insurable Interest, Mr Mark Templeman QC
Chapter 8: Post-contractual good faith and late payment of claims, Peter MacDonald Eggers
Chapter 9: What does the future hold?, Professor Howard Bennett;