Commentary

48 Modes of legal assignment

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48 Modes of legal assignment

| Commentary

48 Modes of legal assignment

A policy of life insurance granted by an insurance company may be assigned at law by virtue of the Policies of Assurance Act 18671, and also by virtue of the Law of Property Act 1925 Section 136(1)2.

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