THE INFLUENCE OF LEGISLATION ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF LIFE INSURANCE IN CANADA
AbstractThe author examines legislation relating to insurance at both the federal and provincial levels, in order to show that Canadian insurance legislation has its roots in Great Britain and that there were already insurance corporations and insurance laws in some provinces when Canada was constituted in 1867. The author argues that the soundness of these laws and their competent administration have enabled the business to acquire and hold a great degree of public confidence.
Keywords:Insurance Law, Legislation
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