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General principles of insurance
M. F. B. Reinecke
|Statement||M.F.B. Reinecke, S.W.J. Van Der Merwe.|
|Contributions||Merwe, S. W. J. Van Der.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||323|
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PRINCIPLES OF INSURANCE The main principles of insurance are as follows: Insurable interest- The legal right to insure arising from the legitimate financial interest which a person has in a subject matter of insurance.
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