The Consumer Insurance (Disclosure and Representations) Act 2012 (CI(DR)A 2012) changed the obligation for policyholders to volunteer information to insurers, replacing it with a duty to take reasonable care not to make misrepresentations when answering questions from the insurer. This Practice Note looks at the background to the implementation of CIDRA 2012 and provides an overview of some of the main provisions in CIDRA in relation to consumer insurance and duty of care for misrepresentation in consumer insurance.
This Practice Note provides an overview of some of the most common types of insurance that are available, who might need them, and how they work.
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