This course provides an advanced analysis of law and policy covering general insurance. The insurance industry has undergone unprecedented levels of economic and legal reform, as well as rapid convergence with, and sometimes divergence from, other financial services. This course studies the mix of case law and statutory regulation (including codes) that makes up contemporary insurance law. Note that the course does not cover life insurance or health insurance.
Key insurance concepts
Insurance risk management
Insurance contract - contract formation and conditions
Non-disclosure and misrepresentation
Insurance contract - exclusions
Remedies under s54 Insurance Contracts Act
Directors and officers liability insurance
Commercial property and industrial special risks insurance
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