Good Faith and Insurance Contracts
Published June 1st 2010 by Informa Law from Routledge – 680 pages
Series: Insurance Law Library
Good Faith and Insurance Contracts sets out exhaustive analysis of the law concerning the duty of utmost good faith as applied to insurance contracts. The third edition has been updated to include references to new case law, any changes in the regulatory regime, and discussion on the movements towards law reform which have been undertaken over the past three years. The book is the only text book devoted to a discussion of the duty of utmostgood faith applicable to insurance contracts. As good faith is an issue which arises in respect of all insurance contracts, it is a book which is of use to all insurance practitioners. Further, the book's goal is to synthesise all known judicial decisions (at least those handed down by the English Courts) concerning good faith in this area.
Chapter 1. The Insurance Contract Uberrimae Fidei Chapter 2. Other Contracts of the Utmost Good Faith Chapter 3. The Nature of the Duty of the Utmost Good Faith Chapter 4. The Source of the Duty of Utmost Good Faith Chapter 5. Law Reform Chapter 6. Legislation Affecting the Duty of Good Faith Chapter 7. The Assured's Duty of Full Disclosure at Placing Chapter 8. The Exceptions to the Duty of Disclosure at Placing Chapter 9. Modification of the Duty of Disclosure at Placing Chapter 10. The Post-Contractual Duty of Good Faith Chapter 11. The Assured's Duty of Utmost Good Faith and Claims Chapter 12. The Insurer's Duty Chapter 13. Third Parties Chapter 14. Materiality and Inducement Chapter 15. Examples of Material Facts Chapter 16. Remedies Chapter 17. The Loss of the Right to Avoid the Contract of to Rely Upon a Breach of Warranty Chapter 18. Evidence: How to Prove a Breach of a Defence Chapter 19. Issues Affecting Conflict of Laws and Dispute Resolution
Peter MacDonald Eggers QC is a silk at 7KBW, where he specialises in all aspects of commercial law, with a particular focus on insurance and reinsurance.
Simon Picken QC is a silk at 7KBW, where his wide-ranging practice involves all types of contractual disputes with a special emphasis on insurance/reinsurance disputes.
Patrick Foss is a partner at Norton Rose. He is a dispute resolution lawyer, and he specialises in all areas of marine/energy insurance and shipping dispute resolution