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A treatise on warranty in fire insurance contracts

by Fontaine T. Fontaine Talbot Fox

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Published by Callahan in Chicago .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Insurance, Fire -- United States.,
  • Warranty -- United States.

  • The Physical Object
    Pagination268 p. ;
    Number of Pages268
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24154503M
    OCLC/WorldCa5370636

    apply to marine insurance. The B.C. statute is the Insurance Act, RSBC , c Part 2 of this Act contains various provisions of general application. Subject to certain specified exceptions specified in section 3(b), these provisions purport to apply to contracts of marine insurance. The B.C. Insurance Act purports to regulate such things as. Elements of Insurance Contracts are basically 2 types; (1) the elements of the general contract, and (2) the element of special contract relating to insurance. For different kinds of an insurance policy; suitable and conditions are added which are called insurance contract clauses.

    3) Contract of Indemnity: Fire insurance is a contract of indemnity and the insurance company is liable only to the extent of actual loss suffered. If there is no loss, there is no liability even if there is fire. Example: If the property is insured for Rs 20 lakhs under fire insurance and it is damaged by fire to the extent of Rs. 10 lakhs. Insurance Contract and Indian Market Conditions Nature of Insurance Contract - Features of Insurance Contract - Types of Insurance - Concept of • Property Insurance (Fire and Engineering) • Marine Insurance (Hull and Cargo) List of Recommended Books: 1. M. N. Srinivasan: Principles of Insurance Law, Wadhwa & Co.

    OCLC Number: Description: xxiii, xcic pages, 1 leaf, [] pages 25 cm: Contents: Introduction. Preliminary view of the contract of insurance --On the origin, history, and importance of fire insurance --General nature of a policy of fire insurance --On the consummation and duration of the contract of fire insurance --Of the interest of the assured - . The present work is intended, primarily, as a text-book for students, but it is by no means restricted in its scope or design to such a use. Its purpose is not only to sketch an elementary outline of the law relating to simple contracts, but to elucidate and systematize, as far as practicable, the general law applicable to the subject; in the hope that it may serve alike the .


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It is commonly stated by the text-writers that the general principles Author: Fontaine Talbot Fox Jr. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Fox, Fontaine T. (Fontaine Talbott), Treatise on warranty in fire insurance contracts.

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The first printed book on insurance was the legal treatise On Insurance and Merchants' Bets by Pedro de Santarém (Santerna), written in and published in Warranty law is extremely confusing, even to lawyers.

A principal reason for this is that three separate warranty laws can apply to the retail sale of consumer goods. The unhappy result is that, short of presenting a major legal treatise, it's impossible to thoroughly explain warranty law.

Instead, this article will review the basic rules.