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Law of Insurance Contracts

Chapter 26



Conditions of the insurance contract govern claims procedure in general. Procedural conditions are “machinery”1 to make the contract work as intended. The principal conditions, discussed in this chapter, are terms governing notice of loss, particulars and proof of loss, and arbitration clauses, as well as other modes of claims’ settlement.

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