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Law of Insurance Contracts

Chapter 13



In contracts of insurance the consideration provided by the insured is usually money,1 and is usually referred to as premium. Premium “is a term of art” meaning “a sum of money paid by an assured to an insurer in consideration of his indemnifying the assured for loss sustained in consequence of the risk insured against”.2

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