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Insurance Broking Practice and the Law

Chapter 24 INSOLVENCY ISSUES INTRODUCTION 24-1 A broker may have dealings, or he may have clients who have had dealings, with an insolvent insurance company; he may have an insolvent client, or the broker itself (or another broker in the broking chain) may be insolvent. This chapter considers the various insolvency procedures, dealing with corporate insolvencies only, and issues that may arise in an insolvency of:

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