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CHAPTER 3 Contract legality

Law of Liability Insurance

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Contract legality

3.1 Generally

If a complete and definite offer has been accepted in accordance with the rules discussed above (Chapter 2), prima facie an insurance contract has been validly concluded, except when it is vitiated by illegality.1

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