Insurance Law: Definition of the Clauses 757 to 802 of the Civil Code

Cristiano Imhof

Ano: 2014 | Editora: AtlasISBN 9788522488476
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Economic, commercial and cultural ties between countries have grown closer, andthis has led to a capitalist expansion allowing fi nancial transactions to be undertakenand business, which had previously been limited to the domestic market, to move tonew and distant markets.This process of globalization makes the study of comparative law all the more important.Knowledge of other legal systems makes new business and investment possible,and facilitates labor interests.As companies enter new markets they must become familiar with the regulations that will apply to them. It is of supreme importance to have advance knowledge of the local legal system, even more than to know the language.Brazil is becoming increasingly attractive to foreign insurance companies, and the figures bear this out. Of the top ten insurers, fi ve are foreign-owned and have a marketshare of more than 15% in Brazil.This is why we have decided to translate this book into English. Now foreigners will have easy access not just to the 45 articles of the Brazilian Civil Code that deal with insurance, but also to their theoretical aspects and to case law, with a clear and up-to-date explanation of each legal provision.
Insurance Law: Definition of the Clauses 757 to 802 of the Civil Code

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