Good Faith in Canadian Insurance Law (Print & ProView)

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Good Faith in Canadian Insurance Law is an important publication on insurance-based work. The practitioners and insurance professionals can refer to this book to know how to deal with bad faith claims in insurance law.

This book covers issues like

  • Whether there is an implied obligation of good faith in contract
  • The issues raised by such an obligation
  • The application of the obligation of good faith to insurance in Canada
  • A critical analysis and summary of existing law
  • Suggested approaches to bad faith claims for insurers, insureds, and others affected by insurance
  • What does a good faith obligation apply to, and to what it doesnt
  • Possible novel applications for a good faith obligation

This important resource offers

  • Guidance on principles of the implied obligation of good faith and ways to handle cases based on existing case law and analysis
  • Clarity to insurance industry professionals and in-house counsels on laws and limits of their obligations
  • Suggestions to counsels on ways to avoid and respond to bad faith claims, and to manage litigation more effectively

Publisher:
Carswell

Practice Area:
Insurance

Jurisdiction:
General

Publication Date:
2007-12-01

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30854115

Sub #:
30833305

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