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Insurance Law

Insurance law in Canada is a mixture of federal and provincial legislation that encompasses the creation, termination and renewal of insurance contracts, non-disclosure issues and misrepresentation, subrogation, and more. Whether you need information regarding the framework of statutes, caselaw and regulation or detailed analysis of the issues that arise in specific insurance practice, Carswell has resources written by leading authors to help you with your cases or claims.

Insurance Titles on eReference

 

Carswell eReference Library™ provides online access to looseleaf services. The eReference Library offers the following in insurance law:

  • Annotated Commercial General Liability Policy: This resource provides practical analysis of the IBC Form 2100 CGL "occurrence" policy on a clause-by-clause basis. View a flyer (PDF) containing more details about this product including product features and recent updates.
  • Insurance Law in Canada: This work provides a complete treatment of insurance law in Canada, combining a scholarly treatment of general principles with a practical treatment of the issues arising in specific types of insurance practice. View a flyer (PDF) containing more details about this product including product features and recent updates.

caseAlert – Insurance Law


To help you stay on top of new insurance case law, caseAlert – Insurance Law is a weekly email bulletin of case summaries of recent court decisions in the insurance law area and includes coverage of the following areas:
  • Automobile insurance
  • Fire insurance
  • Liability insurance
  • Life insurance
  • Property insurance

International Insurance Law Titles


Explore insurance law resources from West, Sweet & Maxwell, Lawbook Co. and other prominent Thomson Reuters publishers worldwide.

See all international insurance law titles