Insurance Law in Canada (print + ProView)

Craig Brown; Craig Brown; Thomas Donnelly

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This work provides a complete treatment of insurance law in Canada, combining a scholarly treatment of general principles with a practical treatment of the issues arising in specific types of insurance practice. Volume 1 contains the established text on the subject, Insurance Law in Canada. Volume 2 contains chapters authored by practitioners who are experts in their respective fields: accident and sickness insurance; automotive insurance; liability insurance; marine insurance; and property insurance. Now you can have practical coverage of the issues arising in practice on a day-to-day basis, combined with trusted coverage of first principles, all at your fingertips. The authors deal with legislation and case law from all across Canada. The work is published in a looseleaf format, ensuring currency through regular updates.


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