Contents: 1. Insurance contract law. 2. Consultation paper. 3. Financial Services Act 1986. 4. Consumers--the current position. 5. Consumer insurance--the case for law reform. 6. Consumers--our proposals in detail. 7. Business insurance contracts. 8. Introduction Scottish Insurance Laws. 9. Evaluation of the present position. 10. Warranties in other jurisdictions. 11. An unfair terms approach to commercial insurance. Bibliography. Index.
"The purpose of this book is to provide lenders, attorneys regulators, developers, investors, and other professionals with a complete set of both basic and highly sophisticated forms that can be used as practical working tools for various banking and lending-related transactions. The forms contained in this book were gathered from over the United States from leading law firms, banks, savings and loans, commercial finance and leasing companies, and other similar institutions. Some forms have their own editorial notes as well. These editorial comments and notes discuss general considerations and do not refer to the laws of any one state. It is our intention that the forms serve only as guidelines and illustrations. Readers are cautioned against copying any form without the advice of local legal counsel, since the laws governing the transactions described in the forms frequently vary from one jurisdiction to the next. These four volumes are updated oil a regular basis, providing forms of interest based on current developments in the lending community." (jacket)