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Title: A critical study of life assurance policies for the purposes of death duties
Authors: Galea, E. A. (1971)
Keywords: Insurance law -- Malta
Civil law -- Malta
Taxation -- Malta
Issue Date: 1971
Citation: Galea, E. A. (1971). A critical study of life assurance policies for the purposes of death duties (Master's dissertation).
Abstract: Insurance today is of great importance both in the commercial and in the personal sphere. The aim of insurance is to make provision against all the dangers that beset human life and dealings. The nature of an insurance contract is well known:· it is a contract where by one person, called the "Insurer", undertakes, in return for the agreed consideration, called the "Premium," to pay to another person, called the "assured", a sum of money, or its equivalent, on the happening of a specified event.
Description: LL.D.
URI: https://www.um.edu.mt/library/oar/handle/123456789/71090
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