From good faith to utmost good faith in marine insurance.0820487171
From good faith to utmost good faith in marine insurance.
Botes, Johan Hendrik.
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Written at the University of Hamburg As of 2006, the University of Hamburg supports 6 Collaborative Research Centres (Sonderforschungsbereiche, SFB), 6 Research Groups, 7 Research Training Groups (all funded by the DFG), 2 Max Planck Inter-national Research Schools, 13 Young Scientist Groups (Emmy-Noether-Programme, BMBF, , this law dissertation reviews the historical role of the principle of good faith in marine insurance contracts, demonstrates good faith in the German and French versions of marine law, and examines the principle of utmost good faith in English marine insurance law. The concluding chapter suggests that although the concept of utmost good faith in English marine insurance law initially was not much more than a signifier sig·ni·fi·er
1. One that signifies.
2. Linguistics A linguistic unit or pattern, such as a succession of speech sounds, written symbols, or gestures, that conveys meaning; a linguistic sign. of a particular kind of contract to which the duty of disclosure applied, there is a continuing process in English law The system of law that has developed in England from approximately 1066 to the present.
The body of English law includes legislation, Common Law, and a host of other legal norms established by Parliament, the Crown, and the judiciary. to redefine utmost good faith.
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