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Compendium of Insurance Law

7 MOTOR VEHICLE INSURANCE COMPULSORY INSURANCE UNDER DOMESTIC LAW 7.1 The Road Traffic Act 1930 made it compulsory for the user of a motor vehicle on a road to be insured against possible liability in respect of the death of, or injury to, a third party. The compulsory insurance scheme in its initial form contained a number of defects, and these were gradually remedied by amending legislation which was consolidated by the Road Traffic Act 1972.

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