‘Reasonable Expectations of Honest Men’ should be Protected in Insurance Law?

Abstract This article aims to define the doctrine that “reasonable expectation” (“RE”) of an honest man must be protected and explore its necessity in the common law countries. This article would include a comparative critical analysis on whether existing common law mechanisms are self-sufficient to protect the policyholders’ rights who are in a less advantageous […]

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A Comparative Study On Insurance Act 1938 And Insurance Act 2010

Chapter 1: Introduction Chapter 2: Insurance Laws in Bangladesh Chapter 3: Features of Insurance Act, 2010 Chapter 4: Comparison between the Insurance Act 1938 and the Insurance Act 2010 Chapter 5: Findings, Suggestions & Conclusion Bibliography     ACKNOWLEDGEMENT   Eternal thanks to Almighty Allah, the Merciful, Who made it possible for me to complete […]

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Case Study: Janata Insurance Co vs. Islam Steel Mills

Janata Insurance Co vs. Islam Steel Mills Reference : 63 DLR (AD) (2011) 5 Facts & Arguments : The respondent (Messrs Islam Steel Mills Limited) along with Messrs Karnaphuli Cotton Mills Limited instituted money suits as were insured for their various goods with Janata Insurance Company Limited (the appellant) under different insurance policies. These policies […]

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