CONFLICT OF LAWS IN AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE
AbstractThe author examines the issue of whether, when the subject matter of an insurance policy is ambulatory in nature and without a fixed situs as with real property, the place of occurrence of the insured event will be held to govern the substantive construction of the insurance contract, or whether it will be the law where the contract was made. He focuses on the construction of casualty insurance policies affected by the mobility of automobiles.
Keywords:Conflict of Laws, Insurance Law
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