Study of the Standard Insurance Provisions’ Interpretation

DOI: 10.4236/jss.2014.24021   PDF   HTML   XML   7,490 Downloads   8,584 Views  

Abstract

The new insurance law has been implemented for a long time, but it is still disputed frequently for the application of standard insurance clause. We can see this from many cases, e.g. the Sued People’s Insurance Company of China LLC, Jinyun Branch office Insurance contract Dispute Case by Li Shangzhi. This paper is trying to take the standard insurance clause as the beginning point to briefly analyze the reason for the terms’ understanding differences and to study their unfavorable interpretation principle through comparing the provisions’ samples in the old and new insurance law, which can be looked forward to providing some ideas for their corresponding practice.

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Yang, Y. (2014) Study of the Standard Insurance Provisions’ Interpretation. Open Journal of Social Sciences, 2, 206-209. doi: 10.4236/jss.2014.24021.

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