Insurance Law in Japan

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Kluwer Law International, 2011 - Law - 260 pages
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Derived from the renowned multi-volume International Encyclopaedia of Laws, this book provides valuable practical insight into both public supervisory legislation concerning insurance and private insurance contract law in Japan. An informative general introduction surveying the legal, political, financial, and commercial background and surroundings of insurance provides a sound foundation for the specific detail that follows.
 

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Contents

List of Abbreviations
21
Historical Background of Insurance and Insurance
27
5 Jurisdiction
33
Compulsory Insurance
39
2 Public Nature of Private Insurance Business
61
Access to Business
67
4 Others
73
Supervision
75
Catastrophe Insurance
157
Technical Insurance
164
Miscellaneous Insurances
170
1 Introduction
171
Voluntary Automobile Insurance
178
4 Special Automobile Policy SAP
179
Personal Insurance
189
Personal Accident Insurance
196

Accountancy
85
4 Special Rule for a Mutual Insurance Company
92
Taxation of the Company
98
The Insurance Contract General
105
Obligations of the Insured and Applicant
111
Subrogation
117
Property and Liability Insurance
121
Consequential Loss Insurance
131
2 Movables Comprehensive Insurance
140
3 Professional Liability Insurance
147
Burglary and Theft Insurance
151
4 Main Exclusions
199
Income Indemnity Insurance
209
Life Insurance
212
Pension Insurance
222
3 Welfare Pension Insurance
223
Private Insurance and Social Security
229
Insurance Intermediaries
237
Insurance Intermediaries and the Insurance Contract
240
Coinsurance
247
Taxation of Insurance
253
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