Insurance contract

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  • This version includes amendments resulting from IFRSs issued up to 31 December 2008. IFRS 4 Insurance contracts was issued by the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) in March 2004.

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  • Chapter 9 - Fundamental legal principles. In this chapter we will discuss: Principle of indemnity, principle of insurable interest, principle of subrogation, principle of utmost good faith, requirements of an insurance contract, distinct legal characteristics of insurance contracts, law and the insurance agent.

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  • Chapter 10 - Analysis of insurance contracts. This chapter is divided into several parts. First, the basic parts of an insurance contract are discussed in some detail. The difference between a named-perils policy and an open-perils policy (formerly called “allrisks”) should be made clear to the student.

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  • Chapter 12 - Life insurance contractual provisions. This chapter analyzes the basic contractual provisions that appear in life insurance contracts, many of which are required by state law. Students should be able to understand most provisions without extensive discussion.

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  • In its Ninth Programme, the English Law Commission said it would set up this joint project to examine at least two key areas of insurance contract law: non-disclosure (which will necessarily include misrepresentation) and breach of warranty. It said we would consult on whether there is a need to review other areas such as the law on insurable interest and on joint policies. No decision has yet been made as to whether other areas should be reviewed.

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  • Chapter 2 - Insurance and risk. In this chapter we will discuss: Definition and basic characteristics of insurance, characteristics of an ideally insurable risk, adverse selection and insurance, insurance vs. gambling, insurance vs. hedging, types of insurance, benefits and costs of insurance to society.

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  • Chapter 4 - Advanced topics in risk management. In this chapter we will discuss: The changing scope of risk management, enterprise risk management, insurance market dynamics, loss forecasting, financial analysis in risk management decision making, other risk management tools.

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  • Chapter 5 - Types of insurers and marketing systems. In this chapter we will discuss: Overview of private insurance in the financial services industry, types of private insurers, agents and brokers, types of marketing systems, group insurance marketing.

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  • Chapter 6 - Insurance company operations. This chapter should be of interest to students for two reasons. First, it gives students an insight into the important aspects of an insurer’s operations. Second, and perhaps most important, it gives students knowledge of the various job opportunities in the insurance industry.

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  • Chapter 7 - Financial operations of insurers. In this chapter we will discuss: Property and casualty insurers, life insurance companies, ratemaking in property and casualty insurance, ratemaking in life insurance, the financial crisis and insurers.

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  • Chapter 8 - Government regulation of insurance. In this chapter we will discuss: Reasons for insurance regulation, historical development of insurance regulation, methods for regulating insurers, what areas are regulated? state versus federal regulation, current problems and issues in insurance regulation.

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  • Chapter 11 - Life insurance. This chapter discusses the fundamentals of life insurance. Three areas are emphasized. The first part of the chapter discusses the impact of premature death on the different types of families and the need for life insurance.

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  • Chapter 13 - Buying life insurance. This chapter is a relatively short but important chapter. The various methods for determining the cost of life insurance should be reviewed briefly. Students could be assigned the case application question, which illustrates the traditional net cost method and the interest-adjusted cost method.

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  • Chapter 15 - Individual health insurance coverages. This chapter is the first of two chapters dealing with private health insurance. Chapter 15 is limited primarily to health-care reform, the Affordable Care Act, and important individual health insurance coverages.

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  • Chapter 16 - Employee benefits: Group life and health insurance. This is an important chapter to stress in a beginning course, since employee benefits are an important source of protection to most people. In particular, group health insurance should receive major emphasis because most people are covered for health insurance through a group. In this chapter, we limit our discussion to group life insurance and group health insurance plans.

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  • Chapter 18 - Social insurance. Social insurance is an area to which a full semester’s course could be devoted. Thus, the main problem is to decide the amount of detail for which students are responsible. As the lecture outline indicates, the chapter is divided into several parts. The first part discusses the reasons for social insurance programs and their characteristics.

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  • Chapter 20 - Homeowners insurance, section I. This chapter discusses the homeowners program by the Insurance Services Office (ISO). In 2010, ISO released a new homeowners policy for use beginning in 2011. This chapter is limited to the Section I coverages in the homeowner policies.

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  • Chapter 21 - Homeowners insurance, section II. This chapter continues the discussion of the homeowners policy by an analysis of the Section II coverages in the homeowners policy by the Insurance Services Office. Once again, instructors will differ in their approach to teaching the material in this chapter.

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  • Chapter 22 - Auto insurance. The relevance of this chapter should be readily apparent to students. Most students drive, many of whom have been involved in auto accidents. Thus it should be easy for instructors to motivate students. In particular, students probably will show keen interest in the provisions that govern the driving of nonowned vehicles, since most students frequently drive cars that are owned by other parties.

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  • Chapter 23 - Auto insurance and society. This chapter is important because it analyzes the impact of the automobile problem upon society and the various methods of compensating accident victims for their injuries. Presenting this material should be easy, since most students drive and some have been involved in auto accidents.

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