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Policyholder's Reasonable Expectations.


Policyholder's Reasonable Expectations

Yong Qiang Han

Hart Publishing, Oxford


242 pages




In this first monograph on judicial treatment of reasonable expectations of the policyholder or of the insured, the author argues for an incremental but definite acceptance of the conception of policyholderAEs reasonable expectations in English insurance law. He first discusses the homogeneity between insurance law and contract law, as well as the role of (reasonable) expectations and their relevance to the emerging duty of good faith in contract law. Secondly, following a review and re-characterization of the American insurance law odoctrineo of reasonable expectations, the book addresses the conventional English objections to the reasonable expectations approach in insurance law. Distributed in the US by ISBS. ([umlaut] Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR)

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Date:Feb 1, 2017
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