Insurance contract law: general principles

This note gives an overview of the general legal principles which apply to insurance contracts including the requirement of insurable interest, the remedies for breach of contract terms and the insurer's right of subrogation. The note also sets out the typical requirements for making a claim under the contract and identifies the circumstances where third parties may have a right to enforce the contract.  


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