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18 REMEDIES

Insurance Broking Practice and the Law

Chapter 18 REMEDIES INTRODUCTION 18-1 We saw in chapter 1 the various duties that an insurance broker may owe to his client. Breaches can arise in various ways but the most common result, as regards insurance brokers, is that the insured is left without a valid claim on his insurance policy on account of, for example:

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