Insurance against inherent defects in buildings
This 134 page book considers the many factors which influence insurance against inherent defects in buildings.
There is always a risk of an inherent defect manifesting in a building and resulting in damage to that building. This book give a common view of the UK approach to insurance against inherent defects in buildings at the time of publication.
The book covers:
- How the risk arises - a technical appraisal
- The influence of the law
- Interface with other insurances
- Handling procedures
- Underwriting the risks
- The cover analysed
- Technical inspection service
- Recovery rights
- Positions in other European community countries
- The perceptions, merits and advantages
Please be advised:
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