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Insurance Law in Italy, Second edition

By Diana Cerini
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Derived from the renowned multi-volume International Encyclopaedia of Laws, this book provides valuable practical insight into both public supervisory legislation concerning insurance and private insurance contract law in Italy. An informative general introduction surveying the legal, political, financial, and commercial background and surroundings of insurance provides a sound foundation for the specific detail that follows.

The book covers all essential aspects of the law and regulation governing insurance policies and instruments. Its detailed exposition includes examination of the form of the insurance company and its reserves and investments; the insurance contract; the legal aspects of the various branches of property and liability insurance; motor vehicle insurance schemes; life insurance, health insurance, and workmen’s compensation schemes; reinsurance, co-insurance, and pooling; taxation of insurance; and risk management and prevention.

Succinct yet eminently practical, the book will be a valuable resource for lawyers handling cases affecting Italy. It will be of practical utility to those both in public service and private practice called on to develop and to apply the laws of insurance, and of special interest as a contribution to the much-needed harmonization of insurance law.

Pages 200
Publish Date 05/21/2019
Product Line Kluwer Law International
ISBN 9789403511443
SKU 10071971-0001
Table of Contents

The Author

List of Abbreviations

General Introduction

Chapter 1. The Italian Political System and State Organization

Chapter 2. The Italian Legal System and Sources of Law

Chapter 3. History and Sources of Italian Insurance Law

Chapter 4. The European Perspective on Insurance and the Impact of European Legislation on National Law

Chapter 5. Government Regulation and Government Agencies: Supervision of Insurance Companies and Other Financial Institutions

Chapter 6. The Italian Association of Insurance Companies: ANIA

Chapter 7. Insurance Law Reviews

Part I. The Insurance Company

Chapter 1. General Rules on Insurance Company Regulation

Chapter 2. Consumer Protection in Insurance

Part II. The Insurance Contract: General

Chapter 1. Classification of Insurance Activities and Insurance Contracts

Chapter 2. Definition and General Characteristics of the Insurance Contract: A Typical Contract

Chapter 3. The Formation of the Insurance Contract

Chapter 4. Duration, Renewal and Effect of Insurance Coverage

Chapter 5. Formalities of the Insurance Contract

Chapter 6. Construction and Interpretation of the Insurance Contract

Chapter 7. The Notion of Insurable Interest and the Indemnity Principle

Chapter 8. Statutory and Contractual Rights to Amend the Contract During Its Term of Validity

Chapter 9. The Duty to Pay the Premium

Chapter 10. Utmost Good Faith and Duties of Disclosure in Insurance Contracts

Chapter 11. Modification of Risk: Cessation, Reduction and Aggravation of Risk

Chapter 12. The Insured Event: Procedure and Obligations of the Insured when the Insured Event Occurs

Chapter 13. The Right of Subrogation

Chapter 14. Insurance on Behalf of a Third Party or for Whom it May Concern

Chapter 15. Double Insurance or Insurance with More than One Insurer

Chapter 16. Special Rules Concerning Indemnity Insurance

Chapter 17. Limitation Period

Chapter 18. Mandatory Rules for All Insurance Contracts

Part III. Property and Liability Insurance

Chapter 1. General Rules Applicable to Liability Insurance

Chapter 2. Motor Vehicle Insurance

Chapter 3. Other Forms of Liability and Non Life Insurance

Chapter 4. Credit Insurance, Caution (or Suretyship) Insurance and Consumer Credit Insurance

Part IV. Life Insurance and Other Forms of Insurance Related to the Person

Chapter 1. Life Insurance

Chapter 2. The Contract of Capitalization (or Capital Redemption)

Chapter 3. Pension Funds and the Pension System

Chapter 4. Insurance for Damage to Persons

Part V. Reinsurance and Co-insurance

Chapter 1. Co-insurance

Chapter 2. Reinsurance

Chapter 3. Insurance Pools for Specific Risks Such as Environmental Risks

Part VI. Insurance Intermediaries

Chapter 1. The Insurance Intermediation System: A Short Historical Outlook: From Absence of Regulation to the EU Directives and Their Implementation

Chapter 2. The Insurance Agent

Chapter 3. The Broker of Insurance and Reinsurance

Chapter 4. Sub-agents and Free Producers

Chapter 5. Insurance Distribution by Means of Networks Based on Multilevel Marketing, Network Marketing and Similar Marketing Techniques

Chapter 6. Cross-Selling and Interaction Between Insurance Companies and Banks

Chapter 7. The Role of Investment Companies or SIM

Chapter 8. The Distance Selling of Insurance Products

Chapter 9. Litigation in Insurance

Selected Bibliography

Index

 

 

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