Also available in print: KE1149.B55 2020 LAW (Reserve).
This comprehensive publication focuses exclusively on Canadian insurance law general principles, and is now fully updated to take into account the latest developments in case law and insurance regulation.
Also available in print: KE1149 .B64 2015 LAW (Reserve).
Also part of the Essentials of Canadian Law series.
Canadian insurance law is a complex mixture of federal and provincial legislation, common law, and custom. This book offers a detailed survey of this regulatory patchwork, divided into three parts. Part 1 provides an introduction to the creation and enforcement of insurance contracts. The subject of Part 2 is the creation of an enforceable insurance contract. Part 3 examines the principles applicable to the enforcement of insurance contracts.
Also available in print at KE1198 .B76 1999 LAW (Reserve).
This text 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.
Also available in print: KE1198 H55 2020 LAW (Reserve).
This title follows the same format as earlier editions and covers all aspects of liability insurance (excluding automobile), from general principles of insurance law and insurance contracts to specific clauses and types of policies.
Written in clear, jargon-free language, this text covers everything from the basic insurance concepts, principles, and structure of insurance policies to today's most complex issues and disputes. After providing information about insurance policies and issues in general, it focuses on specific types of policies and coverage such as property coverage, liability coverage, automobile coverage, excess and umbrella coverage, and reinsurance, plus such vital areas as employment, defective construction, and much more.