1988 course supplement for Keeton & Widiss on insurance law: a guide to fundamental principles, legal doctrines, and commercial practices

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West, May 1, 1988 - Business & Economics - 502 pages
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Arranged in study units that usually combine one or more judicial decisions with a suggested reading assignment. The objective throughout this volume is to develop both an understanding of the fundamental principles of insurance law and an appreciation of the public policy interests that influenced the specific laws or rules promulgated by legislatures, courts, and the administrative agencies that regulate the business of insurance.

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for use in a course on Insurance Law The materials have been chosen
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The Marketing of Insurance
18
2 Temporary Contracts of Insurance
24
Copyright

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About the author (1988)

Robert E. Keeton, is Professor of Law at Harvard University.

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