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Publication Date: 2001
Publisher: West Group
Alan I. Widiss
Introduces topics by their suitability as vehicles for the discussion of fundamental insurance principles, basic legal doctrines, and public interests. Many of the judicial opinions set forth are either decisions or doctrinal statements that are debatable. Questions and comments assist in identifying, clarifying, and analyzing (1) the reasons and the rationales that provide support for various principles, doctrines, or rules, (2) the possible incompatibility among the applicable public interests, principles, or doctrines, and (3) considerations that may justify either the rejection of specific "rules" in various types of circumstances or limitations on their scope.Alan I. Widiss is the author of 'Widiss' Insurance: Materials on Fundamental Principles, Legal Doctrines and Regulatory Acts (American Casebook Series)', published 2001 under ISBN 9780314452078 and ISBN 0314452079.
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