Insurance Laws adheres to the syllabus of the undergraduate law courses of all major universities and law institutes. This book is designed as a study aid for law students with a clear objective of assisting students in their examination preparation. It will also fulfill the requirement of students pursuing the LL.M. course from various universities of the country including National Law Schools. Beginning with an introduction to the conceptual framework of insurance, the book goes on to cover the creation of General Insurance Corporation of India. It also contains the general principles of life insurance, fire insurance, marine insurance and motor vehicle insurance. The book further discusses the creation of IRDA, its objectives, manner of working, its power to regulate the insurance business of the country and its advantages and disadvantages. Key Features:- • Discusses the concepts of insurance in a very systematic manner using simple and lucid language • Provides learning objectives and review questions for every chapter • Includes latest case law • Gives insight into the operational framework of insurance
Gaurav Varshney is Assistant Professor of Law at Centre for Post Graduate Legal Studies, TERI University, New Delhi. A Ph.D. in Insurance under Common Legal System vis-à-vis Islamic Legal System, he also holds a Gold Medal in LL.M. (Commercial Laws) from the Aligarh Muslim University. Prior to this, he has also worked as an Assistant Director in the Institute of Companies Secretary of India, New Delhi.