|Appears in Collections:||Law and Philosophy eTheses|
|Title:||Reform of the Doctrine of Utmost Good Faith: A Comparative Study between the UK and Saudi Arabia|
|Publisher:||University of Stirling|
|Abstract:||In the UK and Saudi Arabia, it is necessary for the contracting parties in insurance contracts to comply with the requirement of the doctrine of utmost good faith. In recent years, the doctrine of utmost good faith and the mutual duties of the contracting parties have developed in different ways in each jurisdiction. Both jurisdictions provide consumer protection in insurance markets by Consumer Insurance (Disclosure and Representation) Act 2012 in the UK and Insurance Consumer Protection Principles 2014 in Saudi Arabia. However, there are many differences between the conduct of each jurisdiction since the coming into force of the Insurance Act 2015 in the UK, which revolutionised the insurance law in several key areas. This thesis particularly aims to critically analyse the reform of the doctrine of utmost good faith and looks at how the current reform impacts on the interpretation of this doctrine between the UK and Saudi jurisdictions. This study critically analyses the insureds’ pre-contractual duties for consumers and businesses in the UK with a comparison to Saudi law|
|Type:||Thesis or Dissertation|
|PhD Thesis - Dina Abuzaid- 10102018.pdf||2.39 MB||Adobe PDF||View/Open|
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