UK legal reformers have proposed an overhaul of disclosure laws
to bolster the rights of insurance consumers, and are set to turn
their attention to business insurance law next year.
The Law Commission and its Scottish counterpart have recommended clarifying the law about the information that a consumer should tell an insurer when taking out a policy.
In a joint report, the commissions have presented draft legislation to replace the current law that stems from the Marine Insurance Act of...
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