This major new work is a complete rewriting of the long-established and authoritative text Colinvaux's Law of Insurance
, combined with Professor Merkin's own highly regarded work Insurance Contract Law
. This is a three volume looseleaf work which provides a detailed discussion of the law of insurance, with a focus on modern developments in the law and in the market. It covers the general principles relating to all forms of insurance, and contains detailed analysis of marine and non-marine risks.
- The definition of insurance, formation of the policy, utmost good faith
- Policy terms, interpretation, conditions and warranties, coverage of specific forms of policy
- Losses and claims, fraudulent claims, calculation of loss
- Assignment, intermediaries, conflict of laws, regulation of insurance companies and Lloyd's
- Comprehensive tables of cases, statutes, statutory instruments and index