General principles of insurance law

This practice note explains the various doctrines and principles concerned with insurance, including:

  • What constitutes an insurable interest.
  • Subrogation.
  • Joint insurance.
  • Double insurance.
  • Noting.

For information about insurance as it relates to commercial property, see Practice note, Property insurance.


 

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