Published in two volumes, the first part of this title covers the orig in, recognition and distinguishing features of the insurance contract and its classification and definition. Also considered is the adjudication of disputes arising from these contracts and the jurisdiction of the Dutch courts in this regard. The second part details the principles of pre-codified Dutch insurance law from general requirements to the termination of insurance contracts. Covered under these are aspects of marine and non-marine insurance; the parties to the insurance contract, including involvement of third parties; the premium; the duration, alteration and control of risk; fraud; types of loss, as well as prevention, notice and proof thereof; the principle of indemnity; co-insurance, double insurance, over-insurance and under-insurance; the insurer's right of recourse; and the doctrine of abandonment.
Publisher: Juta & Company Ltd