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Basic Principles of Insurance In the insurance world there are six basic principles that must be met , ie insurable interest , Utmost good faith , proximate cause , indemnity , subrogation and contribution. Insurable Interest The right to insure arising out of a financial relationship , between the insured to the insured and legally recognized. Utmost good faith An action to disclose accurately and completely , all facts material material fact about something that will be insured is requested or not. Indemnity One mechanism by which the insurer provides financial compensation to place the insured in a financial position that he had prior to the loss Commercial code article , and affirmed in section Subrogation Right transfer request from the insured to the insurer after a claim is paid.
This document sets out the detail of how we manage our Funds. We have also produced an appendix to the PPFM. This contains additional useful information about our With-Profits business. If you have one of the following NFU Mutual policies, which are unitised With-Profits but no longer open to new business, and require further information please contact us on We call a With-Profits policy conventional when we guarantee to pay out an agreed amount when the policy matures. This could be a lump sum the sum assured or a series of payments an annuity or pension. Principles and Practices of Financial Management.
Utmost Good Faith Uberrimae Fides As a client it is your duty to disclose all material facts to the risk being covered. A material fact is a fact which would influence the mind of a prudent underwriter in deciding whether to accept a risk for insurance and on what terms. The duty to disclose operates at the time of inception, at renewal and at any point mid term. In the event of a claim the insured must:. Subrogation The right of an insurer which has paid a claim under a policy to step into the shoes of the insured so as to exercise in his name all rights he might have with regard to the recovery of the loss which was the subject of the relevant claim paid under the policy up to the amount of that paid claim. In the context of insurance subrogation is a feature of the principle of indemnity and therefore only applies to contracts of indemnity so that it does not apply to life assurance or personal accident policies.
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