This Practice Note examines the key differences between Irish and UK insurance law and covers the Consumer Insurance Contract Act 2019, consumer and non-consumer contracts in Ireland, the difference between the Irish rules regarding fair presentation, the duty of disclosure and utmost good faith and the UK Insurance Act 2015 and the UK Marine Insurance Act 1906. It also considers the Irish Civil Liability Act 1961 and the Third Parties (Rights Against Insurers) Act 2010; arbitration clauses and the role of the Central Bank of Ireland and the role of the Financial Conduct Authority.
This Practice Note considers silent cyber in professional indemnity insurance and actions taken by the insurance market and regulators.
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