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Insurance Disputes

16 THIRD PARTY RISKS MICHELLE GEORGE AND REBECCA HUGGINS 1. WHAT ARE THIRD PARTY RISKS? Page 461 16.1 The generic term “third party risks” encompasses a range of categories of “liability” cover designed to provide indemnification in respect of any legal liability incurred by the assured to a third party. This chapter sets out the basic principles applicable to liability insurance, and deals specifically with the rights of third parties following the assured’s insolvency under the Third Party (Rights Against Insurers) Act 2010. Subsequent chapters in this work consider the most common forms of liability cover in more specific terms.

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