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Compendium of Insurance Law

6 LIABILITY INSURANCE OVERVIEW 6.1 There has been greater statutory intervention in the field of liability insurance than in any other area of substantive insurance law. A number of statutes require compulsory insurance to be in place as a condition of carrying on a particular form of activity. The relevant statutes are:

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