In Todd, Chief Justice Allsop and Justice Gleeson stated that the strict construction rule applies to bail contracts where one person (the guarantee) agrees to answer for another person`s liability to a third party. The essential difference from insurance is that the rule applies to uncompensated (but not offset) coverage. An insurer`s position in the company to compensate rewards is very different from a free warranty. Therefore, the principle of an insurance contract is not applicable, even if it includes compensation from the insurer. The insurance policy or contract is a contract by which the insurer promises to pay benefits to the insured or, on his behalf, to a third party if certain events occur. Subject to the “Fortuity” principle, the event must be uncertain. The uncertainty may be either when the event will occur (for example. B in life insurance, the date of the insured`s death is uncertain) or whether it will occur (for example. B in fire insurance, whether or not there is a fire).  If you have provided the insurer with all the necessary information, received the Product Submission Statement (PDS) and paid your premium, you will receive a document confirming that you are the holder of a specific insurance policy. Floods, earthquakes and nuclear radiation are typical examples of risks excluded under a landlord policy.
Wear is a typical example of loss excluded as part of an automobile policy. Examples of properties excluded under a homeowners policy are personal property such as a car, pet or aircraft. Discussion: Why do you think disclosure of the realities when entering into an insurance contract is important? Why do you think the effective date is an important concept for insurance contracts? Under Australian law, insurers must include all the terms and conditions of the insurance product in a document known as the Product Presentation Statement (PDS). Coverage was extended to individual AIC members as part of the individual application control policy. An individual insurance certificate has been issued to each member. For example, the “Statements” page of an automobile policy contains the description of the vehicle in question (for example. B builder/model, VIN number), the name of the insured person, the amount of the premium and the deductible (the amount you must pay for a claim before an insurer pays its share of a covered debt). An insurance contract consists of four fundamental elements: a PDS is an important legal document that is usually part of your insurance contract. It is written in plain English and contains a complete description of all the conditions and restrictions of the insurance policy.