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CHAPTER 6 TRAVEL INSURANCE

Insurance Law and the Financial Ombudsman Service

6

TRAVEL INSURANCE

IN GENERAL

6.1 The courts interpret travel insurance in accordance with the principles of construction set out above, and apply no special rules. However, the FOS probably sees many more of these complaints,1 and has developed some of its own approaches (as follows) where there is no case law on point, mostly based on standards it expects from the sales codes. The comments above in relation to sales codes apply here too.

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