UK legal reformers have released a consultation on changing business policyholders' disclosure requirements to bolster their rights and to amend warranty law.
On 26 June the Law Commission and its Scottish counterpart released a joint report covering the two issues as part of a project started in 2006 to overhaul insurance contract law.
The draft legislation could replace the current law that stems from the Marine Insurance Act of 1906 - which was framed for Edwardian maritime commerce rather than...
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