The Insurance Act 2015
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The Insurance Act 2015 came into force on the 12th of August. This Act together with the consumer insurance reforms that came into effect in 2013 have provided the greatest change to insurance contract law for over 100 years. The Insurance Act 2015 amends some key sections of the Marine Insurance Act 1906, which were regarded as not reflecting good insurance practice and is considered to be broadly neutral between insurer and insured.
A Tech Revolution
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A new report by Deloitte looking at the future of the legal profession found that around 114,000 jobs in the legal sector are likely to become automated in the next 20 years.
Building societies use stable foundations to grow market share
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Building societies have capitalised on positive perceptions of them as responsible lenders in order to differentiate themselves and gain market share. Research by Cass Business School suggests that building societies do indeed offer their customers a "better deal" than banks.
Reconsidering PII
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Recently many firms would have geared up for the traditional PII renewal date at the beginning of October. But in order to keep their PII premiums down conveyancers need to address their risk profile.
Managing the insurance risks around rights to light claims
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The proliferation of skyscrapers in London shows no sign of abating. There are currently proposals for 263 buildings that are over 20 storeys high in the Greater London area either in planning process or under construction. High demand, coupled with soaring land prices, means that for many developers vertical developments are the most commercially viable.
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