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Introduction to Insurance Law and Consumer Law

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Learning Objectives

Learning Objectives

Andrew Tobias’ book Insurers, the invisible bankers, claims that insurance aims to take on the risks that ordinary people cannot afford to, thus implying in several functions and relations of the insurance activity that go beyond property protection into social protection. This key societal activity relies on its own branch of Law. We will discuss the origins, functions and legal environment of insurance, relationships with Consumer Law principles and functions, and the insurance activity.

Program content

Origins of the Insurance Activity and of Insurance Law

Principles and Legislation

Insurance Contracts

Consumer Law as Applied to Insurance

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