MacGillivray & Parkington on insurance law relating to all risks other than marine.
Read Online
Share

MacGillivray & Parkington on insurance law relating to all risks other than marine.

  • 697 Want to read
  • ·
  • 74 Currently reading

Published by Sweet & Maxwell in London .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Great Britain.

Subjects:

  • Insurance law -- Great Britain.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Other titlesMacGillivray and Parkington on insurance law relating to all risks other than marine., Insurance law relating to all risks other than marine.
SeriesInsurance practitioners library
ContributionsParkington, Michael.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsKD1859 .M25 1988
The Physical Object
Paginationcxli, 1014 p. ;
Number of Pages1014
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2261928M
ISBN 100421354801
LC Control Number89144245

Download MacGillivray & Parkington on insurance law relating to all risks other than marine.

PDF EPUB FB2 MOBI RTF

Get this from a library! MacGillivray & Parkington on insurance law relating to all risks other than marine.. [Evan James MacGillivray; Michael Parkington]. inclusion in Articles & Book Chapters by an authorized administrator of Osgoode Digital Commons. Recommended Citation Hasson, Reuben. "Book Review: MacGillivray and Parkington on Insurance Law Relating to All Risks other than Marine, Seventh Edition, by Michael Parkington, Anthony O'Dowd, Nicholas Legh-Jones and Andrew Longmore."Cited by: 1. In the book, Macgillivray & Parkington on Insurance Law - relating to all risks other than marine [28], the position when the subject-matter insured is assigned is summarised as: “If the assured voluntarily parts with all his interest in the subject-matter of the insurance policy, the policy lapses since the assured no longer has any. MacGillivray on Insurance Law: Relating to all Risks Other than Marine 14th ed (Book & eBook Pack) John Birds, Ben Lynch, Simon Paul ISBN Published .

seems a great deal for less than pages of text in paperback form. R. D. G. MARSON MACGILLIVRAY AND PARKINGTON ON INSURANCE LAW relating to all risks other than marine. Sixth Edition by MICHAEL PARKINGTON, ANTHONY OSDOWDS NICHOLAS LEGH-JONES AND ANDREW LONGMOE. [London: Sweet & Maxwell. cxxxiv and pp. (inc. appendix) plus index. MacGillivray and Parkington on Insurance Law Relating to All Risks other than Marine by Michael Parkington, Anthony O'Dowd, Nicholas Legh-Jones, Andrew Longmore, MacGillivray; German Insurance Laws. Statutes and Regulations concerning Insurance Supervision and Insurance Contracts by Werner Pfennigstorf (pp. ). Company and contract law and their application to insurance MacGillivray & Parkington on insurance law, relating to all risks other than marine. 8th edition. Michael Parkington (ed); Nicholas Legh-Jones, Andrew Longmore, John Birds. London: Sweet & Maxwell, Periodicals. Insurance law relating to all risks other than marine: and including life, fire, accident, guarantee, b MacGillivray & Parkington on insurance law relating to all risks other than marine; Schadeverzekeringsrecht.

The proposals contained in this report should not apply to reinsurance, marine insurance or aviation insurance (paragraph ). We recommend that our proposals should apply to all insurance contracts the proper law of which is that of Hong Kong (other than those categories of insurance excluded in paragraph ). The distinction between subrogation and assignment is explained in the standard text book on Insurance Law by MacGillivray & Parkington (Seventh Edition). Difference between subrogation and . Above all else, it depends upon people and on the personalities of people as much as on their technical skills. Most reinsurers are born and only some are made, but none the less for either sort this book will be of inestimable benefit as a guide to the principles that lie behind the transaction of a business at once as complex and widespread. 2 While the Act applies only to marine insurance, it is well settled that, except for the reference in subsection (1) to con­structive knowledge, s 18 states correctly the law applicable to all insurance contracts (see, for example, Pan Atlantic Insurance Co Ltd v .